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South Dakota Governor Signs Bill Allowing Alcohol Use In Baked Goods

March 9, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
A small family-owned cupcake bakery in South Dakota is back in business now that Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed legislation allowing the use of alcohol in baked goods and candy. Holly Jorgenson closed her Intoxibakes business when she found out that alcohol was an illegal ingredient, but local lawmakers rallied to her defense. The bipartisan legislation sailed through the state legislature. The new law allows mixing alcohol into confectionery and candy, as long as the alcohol volume is no more than .5 percent by weight. Businesses with a liquor license may use more if desired. [Image Credit: © Intoxibakes]
Patrick Anderson, "Governor Dennis Daugaard Signs Boozy Cupcake Bill", Argus Leader, March 09, 2018, © www.argusleader.com
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