Applicants to the Farm and Market in Clarenville (FMIC) will be contacted by the Market Manager to confirm reservations or provide feedback on their application. Applications are not approved or accepted on a first come, first served, basis.
2021 Table Fees:
Indoors: $35 + HST
Outdoors: $25 + HST
Additional table(s): $25
Cancellation Tables: $25
Utility fee $8 per week
A senior discount of $5 is applied for individuals 65 years +
Important Notice for all Potential Vendors: Potential vendors (previous or prospective) should read the Vendor Handbook 2021 to become aware of the requirements to become a vendor of the FMIC. This document has been updated with important changes and we encourage reading it early in the season. Aspects such as parking areas, fees, prepayment options, discounts, code of conduct, among others, are included in this handbook.
Important Notice for Food Vendors: 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 FMIC and receive conditional approval from the Market before they can apply for the Seasonal Food Establishment License. The FMIC 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 on Food Safety and Public Market Guidelines Overview.
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, Fred Davis, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 466-4060.
Important Notice for Craft Vendors: Vendors who sell non-food items, (i.e. arts and crafts), and whose craft has not been juried and approved by the Market in the past, will need to be juried by the FMIC Jury before they may sell at the Market. The Market Manager will be in touch with relevant applicants with more information about the jurying process. As well, there is a copy of the Artisan Application Form at the end of the Vendor Handbook 2021, explaining the selection criteria and more details.