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Farmers Markets

 

Farmers Markets

Certified Farmers Markets allow local farmers to sell their California grown agricultural products directly to the public. Consumers have a chance to buy directly from local farmers, and the agricultural products you find at a Certified Farmers Market are seasonal and fresh.


 

Certified Farmers Market Documents

Certified Farmers Market Permit Application and Guidance

Certified Farmers Market Permits

Certified Farmers Market permits are annual permits that are obtained by the Market Manager or Organizer. In order to obtain a permit to operate a Certified Farmers Market, the following documents would be required:

Certified Producers

In order to vend at a Certified Farmers Market you must be a Certified Producer with the California Department of Food and Agriculture, contact the local County Agricultural Commissioner’s office, and obtain permission from the market manager to participate at their Certified Farmers Market. Check out this informational bulletin for more on certification and vending requirements

 

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