How do I go about opening a cupcake cart in Sacramento?

I’m looking for the cost of a small food cart that will keep frosting cold and cupcakes at good temp. I would like to sell them at local parks.

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3 Responses to “How do I go about opening a cupcake cart in Sacramento?”

  1. francisca said:

    you would have to go to your city hall where you would have to get a permit and the name of your business they would run you any where form 850 to 1400 each btw the way the weather has been hitting at the 90’s 100’s+ none of the parents have been letting there children go out side not even to play at the park the best thing i can think of is open a small business in let the customers come in out of the hot heat that way you will make more money good luck on what you choose btw you never adding what state you lived in

  2. Helpful Answers said:

    You’ll probably need a permit to sell food. In addition, there may be restrictions from selling anything – let alone food – in public parks.

    Go to the California Business Permitting database or CALGOLD http://www.calgold.ca.gov/

    Put the business you want to start, and then put in the county where you will start the business. The site will then show you all the licenses you need to start the business, and where you will get it

    If you will operate in Los Angeles, for example, you will need

    Public Health Operating License: Required of restaurants and businesses manufacturing food, ice or soft drinks
    Contact: County of Los Angeles
    Health Department/Environmental Health
    Food & Milk Program
    5050 Commerce Drive
    Baldwin Park, CA 91706
    1-800-427-8700

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