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Dear Prospective Vendors,
Welcome to the 2018 market season! Please find information below about becoming a vendor at the Wheeler Farm Sunday Market. Before you begin the application process, we ask that you take the time to read through the Market Handbook below to help you answer questions you may have about the application itself, booth fee schedule, the selection criteria and selection committee, and how the federal, state, and county rules and regulations may apply to you, your products, and your booth.
Although our Market’s focus is on local growers, we are pleased to also offer opportunities for bakers, prepared food vendors, specialty food makers, handmade arts and crafts producers, on-site service providers, and performance artists. We believe that you, the vendors, are the heart of the Market. Your success is our success and your participation in this year's Market is greatly appreciated. We hope this will be an excellent year for all of us and look forward to a wonderful 2018 season!
Elizabeth Hamilton Market Manager (PIC) (385) 468-1762 firstname.lastname@example.org
Market Handbook 2018
This application is for businesses that sell only fresh, raw, whole, unprocessed, and unprepared food items directly to the final consumer (fruits, vegetables, grains, & eggs). If you also sell processed foods, you will need to fill out the Processed Food Vendor
Application and provide necessary documentation.
This application is for businesses that sell processed or produced foods, not for immediate consumption at the market. This is jams, jellies, salsas, hummus, juice, yogurt, etc. Please note this application requires applicable SLVHD and UDAF permits and licenses, which you can find information for under Vendor Resources below.
This application is for vendors who are making and creating hand crafted items for sale. Items that are created from commercially available plans, kits, or cast from commercial molds will not be considered.
This application is for vendors who operate a food truck or a concession stand providing food that is intended for immediate consumption. Please note this application requires applicable SLVHD and UDAF permits and licenses, which you can find information for under Vendor Resources below.
For information on booth fees and selection criteria, please refer to the Market Handbook. Those interested in busking or providing an artistic service (balloon twisters, caricature artists, face painters) contact Liz for opportunities available.
Applications can be submitted through either of two options:
UDAF Requirements for Outdoor Market
SLVHD’s Mobile Food Vehicle Information
SLVHD’s Food Handler Permit Information