Jams and jellies are regulated under the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control when sold at Farmer's Markets. They are not regulated under the Cottage Food Law, and, therefore, cannot be produced in a home kitchen. In order to sell jams and jellies at a Farmer’s Market you must meet the following regulations:
Non-standard jams and jellies require product testing by a process authority to ensure product safety. To get more information about product testing please see the Product Testing Form and Product Testing Fact Sheet.