What category best describes your product/service?
Baked goods (special)
Have you been a vendor at the market before?
New VendorCasual VendorRegular Vendor
Do you make it, bake it or grow it yourself?
If you are a non-food vendor, have your products been approved by the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador?
Is it certified organic (if applicable)?
Do you require an electrical outlet?
Are you a member in good standing of the Farm and Market Clarenville co-op?
(For information on the SJFM Co-op and copies of the Member Application Form, please see the Co-op section of our website).
All products must be handmade, produced or grown in the province. You must "make it, bake it, grow it" to sell it.
All vendors are required to follow the policies within the Vendor Handbook, as adopted by the membership of the Farm and Market Clarenville (if requested the Market Manager can provide a vendors with a paper copy of the handbook). Special attention should be paid to policies relating to safety, food safety, and the appropriateness of items and goods for sale.
The Market Manager and the Board of Farm and Market Clarenville reserve the right to refuse vendor participation for failure to comply with the policies within the Vendor Handbook.
The market does its best to ensure as many vendors as possible have an opportunity to participate, but because of the sheer volume of applicants, requesting to attend a specific market does not guarantee a spot at that market. Vendors who are selected to attend a specific market will receive an email confirmation, at least two weeks prior that date. It is necessary to respond to the request, before 48 hours prior to your booking, either accepting or declining the invitation. Not confirming attendance on time will be assumed as a no-show and market manager might contact another vendor instead.
Preference in bookings is given to vendors who have no alternate, or permanent point of sale.
I agree to abide by all the policies and regulations within the Vendor Handbook, and any other market policies established by the Market Manager, or the Board or membership of the Farm and Market Clarenville. This agreement is required to be a vendor at the Market and applicants who do not agree cannot be processed.
Add my information to the vendor page on the Farm and Market Clarenville Website (optional)
Please follow the instructions according to your type of products.
Vendors who sell food products at any Farmers' Market in NL are required by the province to hold a Seasonal Food Establishment License [License Application Form]. This food license is specific for this particular market and if you already hold a license for your facility, it won't be applicable. Every food vendor must have our specific food license approved by Service NL and be displayed at the market.
If you need a licensed kitchen to prepare your products please check with market manager the availability of our licensed kitchen for potential rental.
Still not sure what do you need or what kind of products can be sold at the farmers' market? Please check the [Public Market Guidelines] before you start the process. These guidelines are applied to any public market in Newfoundland and Labrador.