MEEKER | Anyone operating a food business from home kitchens and/or food vendors participating in Farmer’s Markets and other summer venues will benefit from this training. The training covers basic food safety, foods permissible in Colorado’s Cottage Food Act, ingredient labeling and disclaimer requirements, and special considerations for food preparation at high altitude. Completion of this training satisfies the state’s food safety training for cottage food sellers and certifies participants for three years. This training will be held from 10-noon on Tuesday, June 5, at CNCC Meeker Center, 345 Sixth St. Pre-registration is required to plan for class materials. For further information, call 878-5227 to get on a class list, or stop by the CNCC Meeker Center at 345 Sixth St. on Tuesday or Wednesday to complete registrations. Registrations may be mailed to CNCC, PO Box 1542, faxed to 878-4145 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RANGELY — Steve Swymer remembers the first time he stepped foot in northwest Colorado. It wasn’t quite the reception he was anticipating.
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Rangely | Waving Hands Review is seeking submissions of your creative work—everything from artwork to poetry to essays. Cash prizes in four categories: artwork, poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Submission deadline is Feb. 15, 2018. Visit […]