Cottage Foods: How to Become a Farmers Market Vendor
Join in on all the fun at our Edgar County Farmers Markets!
Farmers markets, once the typical way of selling produce for centuries, have again grown to become an important part of local community food shopping. They’re the place to find fresh local produce, catch up with people from the community, share great food and take home seasonal treats that the supermarkets aren’t necessarily going to be selling. And if you want to become part of a local farmers market, and sell your own homegrown or home produced food or household necessities, then you’ll need to do some planning to ensure that your efforts are as effective, as they are lucrative.