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Any business that serves food can endanger public health. That’s why restaurants are some of the most regulated businesses out there. Multiple state, county and city environmental health permits are common for restaurants. Those that serve alcohol need even more licensing. Prospective restaurateurs should expect to apply for at least five licenses and permits and in many cases much more.
Other Delicatessen (Sit-Down) licenses
Albuquerque is both New Mexico's largest city and a place garnering more and more interest from investors and entrepreneurs. This may have to do in part with the easy of setting up shop. Albuquerque requires relatively few business licenses and makes the application process relatively simple. Additionally, the city keeps regulatory costs low as does New Mexico.
In the past decade, Albuquerque had become home to a number of high-tech firms and start-ups. In addition it has light manufacturing and a growing arts community.
Businesses in Albuquerque
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