Department of Agriculture Eases Licensing Requirements For Roadside Egg Vendors in Missouri

Now only need a $5 retail license


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.  • Farmers' market merchants and roadside vendors in Missouri can now sell eggs more easily directly to consumers.

The state Department of Agriculture says it has lessened licensing requirements for such businesses. Those who sell eggs directly to consumers now only need a $5 retail license.

Missouri previously required dealer licenses for direct-to-consumer sales of eggs.

H/T Mark Sletten