A Comprehensive Guide to Homemade Food Business in Texas
Kid's lemonade stands are legal statewide from
September 1, 2019.
HB 234, the “Lemonade Stand Bill,” was signed by
Governor Abbott on June 10, 2019
A municipality, county, or other local public health authority may not adopt or enforce an ordinance, order, or rule that prohibits or regulates, including by requiring a license, permit, or fee, the occasional sale of lemonade or other non-alcoholic beverages from a stand on private property or in a public park by an
individual younger than 18 years of age.
A property owners’ association (HOA) of a residential subdivision may not adopt or enforce a restrictive covenant that prohibits or regulates, including by requiring a permit or fee, the occasional sale of lemonade or other nonalcoholic beverages from a stand on property located in the subdivision by an individual younger than 18 years of age who has the permission of a property owner in the subdivision for the sale.
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There are so many ways you can help your kids raise more money selling lemonade from a stand on private property or in a public park.
We suggest adding the following to your lemonade stand:
You can add some or all the mentioned cottage foods to drive up sales.
*The information contained in this fact sheet is not intended as legal advice. Consult with your attorney accordingly.