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 prefer to have your table inside or outside?
If you prefer outdoor, do you require a tent to be provided by the market?
Need tent provided
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 St. John's Farmers' Market 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).
Select your preferred date(s) for 2017:
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 St. John's Farmers' Market (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 St. John's Farmers' Market 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 midnight on the Tuesday prior to your booking, either accepting or declining the invitation.
Preference is given to farmers and 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 St. John's Farmers' Market (required to be a vendor at the Market)
Add my information to the vendor page on the St. John's Farmers' Market Website (optional)
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]
A vendor must apply to attend the market and receive conditional approval from the Market before they can apply for the Seasonal Food Establishment License.
The St. John's Farmers' Market will issue conditional approvals to food vendor applicants so that they can apply for their provincial license - this conditional approval will not guarantee bookings for specific market dates. Please allow up to a week for the Market to issue a conditional approval. Specific regulations and policies related to food preparation and sale at Farmers' Markets can be found in the Service NL document called [Public Market Guidelines]. Vendors are responsible for learning and abiding by all of the appropriate regulations and policies. Questions about provincial food safety regulations should be directed to Environmental Health Officer Renee Blake at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 729-2007.
Vendors who sell non-food items (i.e. art, craft, jewelry, clothing, etc) need to be juried by the St. John's Farmers' Market Jury before they may sell at the Market. Vendors whose products have been juried in past Seasons will not need to be juried this Season. The Market Manager will be in touch with the relevant applicants with more information about the jurying process.
Individuals interested in busking, and/or advertising through the market should contact the Market Manager with specific inquiries.