Food that is prepared for human consumption must be made in a licensed inspected commercial kitchen. Food may not be prepared in a home kitchen for sale to the public. The Colorado Food Manufacturing Regulations must be followed for such a facility.
Food that is warehoused and stored for human consumption must be kept under sanitary conditions. Inspectors make routine inspections of these facilities. All food packaged for sale must be labeled in accordance with the Colorado Labeling Guidelines, and if the food is shipped interstate, it must meet the Food And Drug Administration labeling regulations.