All products must be either 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 2023, as adopted by the membership of the St. John’s Farmers’ Market (if requested the Market Manager can provide applicants/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 the 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 that as many vendors as possible have the opportunity to participate, but due to 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 4 weeks prior to that date. Vendors must respond to the request as soon as possible, and no less than 72 hours prior to your booking (either accepting or
declining the invitation). Any cancellation after the 72 hour period will be charged according to the policy.