What steps should a monster take to make good of their ability to create food, without getting shut down by the Food and Drug Administration in America? For instance, a dryad summoning her own leaves for tea, or a harpy using her unfertilized eggs for omelettes.
Monsters include all monsters from folklore, localized except where immigration thrives (A wave of Irish immigrants could also bring a wave of dullahan and fair folk). Monsters publicly exist, but anyone with citizenship is legally assumed to be human. Some monsters try to look human to blend in better.
Some extra development of the scenario:
This is for a small business cafe in particular, with light to moderate traffic in the suburbs.
Humanoid Monsters take up about seven percent of the population.
The main character is a dryad skilled in her magic who is having trouble explaining to health inspectors how her plants are sustainably sourced and thoroughly washed before use in teas and seasonings.
Also, would this extend to non-food use such as werewolf fur sweaters or leatherwork lined in Naga scales? Who would be in charge of those jurisdictions if not the FDA?