2. No amateur entries. All entries must be commercially made (commercial kitchen, co-packer, mass-production) or you must be in accordance with your local requirements for production, with labels and tamper-free packaging (preferred), and be available for sale somewhere on the Internet*, even if it's only your own website. If amateur entries or entries that appear unsafe for consumption are received they will be discarded and no refund will be given, so do not try to bend this rule.
Rule #2 spells it out pretty clear. Entrants must be licensed food processors. What that license is varies depending on the product and is also on location and the producer's area of distribution. I think the deadline is up, but if the product is not commercially prepared, it's not eligible. Just having something for sale on the internet does not qualify as commercially prepared. Commercial processors also have insurance, process authority review of their products to insure the product is made safely... There's more to it than just having a website....
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Edited by salsalady, 23 November 2014 - 08:53 PM.
The Chile Addict's prayer-"Lord, grant me the wisdom to know it will be too hot, the courage to eat it anyway, and the serenity to accept the pain that follows. Amen"