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2022 Market Vendor Application

  1. 2022 Market Vendor Application

    New for 2022! Farmers market vendors will have the opportunity to join our signature events. To participate as a market vendor, your business must fit into one of these three categories:

    • Grower/Producer/Food – Includes growers and producers selling fresh produce, garden plants, potted herbs, cut flowers, seeds, honey, roasted chilies, frozen meats, breads, and ‘homemade’ foods. ‘Homemade’ food items must be prepared in a commercially licensed kitchen per state and county health regulations unless you’re selling under the Cottage Food Act. A copy of the license must be posted at the booth or available upon request. The State Health Department has regulations for ‘prepared food’, which includes roasted chilies. Perishables must be held at certain required temperatures with refrigeration or heat. Samples of fresh produce or other food items must follow food safety guidelines to protect customers as well as yourselves. If you have questions about those regulations, contact the Weld County Health Department at 970-304-6420. Vendors must follow Department of Agriculture guidelines for method of sale related to weights and measures. State or federal regulations require processed foods including jams, pickles, canned beans or other vegetables to comply with FDA labeling regulations. Eggs may be sold if the vendor has a licensed facility. There may be exceptions, so contact the Weld County Health Department or the CO Department of Agriculture for more information. If you wish to serve ready to eat, non-factory packaged food at Frederick events you must have a permit from the Weld County Health Dept. The permit must be displayed at your booth. To be classified as a grower/producer at least 75% of the products available at your booth must be grown/produced by you. This category excludes food trucks. Food trucks must complete the food vendor application to participate in Frederick events. 
    • Artisans/Crafters – Includes original handcrafted items personally created by you, the vendor. Crafts need to be preapproved. Acceptable crafts include fresh/dried flower arrangements, woodworking, garden sculptures, quilts, clothing, crochet/knitting, soaps, etc. Vendors using raw materials they produce (i.e. wool from your own animals) may qualify to sell as a grower/producer. Items not allowed include artificial flower arrangements, paint-by-number, etc. Resale and secondhand items are not allowed. 
    • Non-Profit Groups – Non-profits must abide by all event rules and regulations and may not sell any items that do not fit within the two categories listed above.

    Complete this application to be considered for participation as a market vendor. PLEASE DO NOT SEND PAYMENT UNTIL YOU HAVE BEEN CONTACTED FOR CONFIRMATION OF ACCEPTANCE. 

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    Jessica Hill - Communications & Engagement Specialist | JHill@FrederickCO.gov
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  5. Vendor Classification
    • Grower/Producer/Food – Includes growers and producers selling fresh produce, garden plants, potted herbs, cut flowers, seeds, honey, roasted chilies, frozen meats, breads, and ‘homemade’ foods. ‘Homemade’ food items must be prepared in a commercially licensed kitchen per state and county health regulations unless you’re selling under the Cottage Food Act. A copy of the license must be posted at the booth or available upon request. The State Health Department has regulations for ‘prepared food’, which includes roasted chilies. Perishables must be held at certain required temperatures with refrigeration or heat. Samples of fresh produce or other food items must follow food safety guidelines to protect customers as well as yourselves. If you have questions about those regulations, contact the Weld County Health Department at 970-304-6420. Vendors must follow Department of Agriculture guidelines for method of sale related to weights and measures. State or federal regulations require processed foods including jams, pickles, canned beans or other vegetables to comply with FDA labeling regulations. Eggs may be sold if the vendor has a licensed facility. There may be exceptions, so contact the Weld County Health Department or the CO Department of Agriculture for more information. If you wish to serve ready to eat, non-factory packaged food at Frederick events you must have a permit from the Weld County Health Dept. The permit must be displayed at your booth. To be classified as a grower/producer at least 75% of the products available at your booth must be grown/produced by you. This category excludes food trucks. Food trucks must complete the food vendor application to participate in Frederick events.  
    • Artisans/Crafters – Includes original handcrafted items personally created by you, the vendor. Crafts need to be preapproved. Acceptable crafts include fresh/dried flower arrangements, woodworking, garden sculptures, quilts, clothing, crochet/knitting, soaps, etc. Vendors using raw materials they produce (i.e. wool from your own animals) may qualify to sell as a grower/producer. Items not allowed include artificial flower arrangements, paint-by-number, etc. Resale and secondhand items are not allowed. 
    • Non-Profit Groups – Non-profits must abide by all event rules and regulations and may not sell any items that do not fit within the two categories listed above.
  6. Please check the proper vendor classification for your products:*
    The Town reserves the right to accept or reject applicants and to make the final determination as to classification. Your organization must fit into at least one of the following categories.
  7. If Applicable, The Town Reserves the right to inspect the farm/facility to verify status of growing/producing items claimed by applicant.
  8. If Applicable, Needed for prepared food items.
  9. Are you selling under the Cottage Food Act? *
    The Town reserves the right to verify your status as a Cottage Food Vendor at any time. By selecting yes, you are agreeing that you have the necessary certifications and labeling requirements.
  10. Do you have the ability to accept credit/debit cards? *
    Being able to accept credit/debit cards is not a requirement for participating in our market, this is just for marketing purposes.
  11. Would you like us to link to your website? *
  12. I use a:

    Vendors using these will be located to reduce impacts to customers and other vendors from noise/fumes/safety hazards. Please note, you may be asked to refrain from bringing these items. 

  13. Booth Reservations

    Booths will be 12x12 feet and flagged on the grass. Vendor maps, unloading instructions and any other details will be emailed the week of the event. 

  14. Sales Reports

    All vendors are required to report and remit applicable sales taxes to the State of Colorado. Produce and food items are exempt from Frederick municipal sales tax. Ready-to-eat foods (breakfast burritos, hot coffee, etc.) and non-food goods are subject to municipal and State sales tax (6.4% total). We will also ask you to report your end of day sales to the Event Manager for research purposes.

  15. Power Access

    Power is not available to market vendors. 

  16. Vendor Payment Information

    All market vendors will be charged $25 per event for which they elect to participate, pending approval by the event manager. Payment and completed application must be received at least two weeks before your first Market date. The Town will not issue refunds for booth reservations.

  17. Please check your desired market dates:
  18. I have read the Vendor Application and am aware of the responsibilities and liabilities I assume under the 2022 Vendor/Exhibitor Rules and Regulations, and agree to abide by all Market Rules as well as all applicable local, state and federal regulations. I will comply with directions issued by the Market Manager and other Town officials. I understand that failure to do so will be immediate grounds for temporary or permanent expulsion from the Market and forfeiture of any amounts paid to use or reserve a booth or other space at the Market.
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