My town's attorney (I asked him the same question at church a few months ago) said "no", as long as I don't advertise myself as a business. Laws differ from state to state, though, and I hear that the Feds are looking at some type of regulation (a polite word for unnecessary interference with the contents of my wallet) ......
If you can't find anything specific, Google search. See if your state's Agri Extension Agency has an Extension apiculturist. Surely they do; even poor little Arkansas does and he had the answers when I asked about sales and labels. (Here a hobbyist can sell up to 500# and be exempt from Health Dept. rules)
If you sell any honey, look into getting a hobby farmer or similar insurance rider to give you some lawsuit protection. (about $40/yr)
In Michigan you don’t need a food license if you sell honey from your home. The only requirement is you have to label the bottles with a name and contact information like a phone number or location and the weigh. And you cannot buy someone else’s honey and put your label on the bottle.
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