County Supervisors Propose Home Permits For Cooking, Selling Sell Food

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Above: Restaurant workers in Old Town San Diego wear facial coverings due to COVID-19 restrictions in this undated photo.

A plan by two county supervisors might pave the way for people to start selling food from their home kitchens.

County Supervisors Joel Anderson and Nora Vargas are hoping to make it possible for MEHKOs to operate in San Diego County.

MEHKOs, also known as “microenterprise home kitchen operation” , allows people to sell food right from their kitchen at their private house.

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