Forms, Information, and Links

Forms, Information, and Links

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2020 Season coming to a close.

We will reopen January 2021.

Three more Saturday markets this season December 5th, 12th and 19th from 8:30am to 1pm.
Three special Christmas markets coming up Wednesday December 2nd, 9th and 16th from 5:30 to 8:30pm.

Our online store will continue until December 16th.

This page contains information for current and prospective vendors at the Antigonish Farmers Market. If you have any questions that are not answered here, please feel free to stop by and visit us every Saturday from May to December, or direct your questions to the Market Manager.

Parking

Due to ongoing issues with a lack of available and readily accessible parking for our customer due to some vendors unintentionally leaving their vehicles parked in customer parking, we are requiring that vendors provide the license plate number of their primary Market vehicle so we can ensure that customers always have access to parking.

Vendors should park on the north side of the building, towards the 4H Barn.

 

Vendor Fees

Note: To be eligible for membership you must have attended a minimum of 16 markets in the previous season, all other vendors are considered casual. Table fees now include GST.

Location For Members Non-Members
Wall $35.00 $40.00
Center $30.00 $35.00
Outdoors $30.00 $35.00

 

Electrical Fees are in addition to Table Fees each week and are listed below:

  • Lamps ($2.00)
  • Cooking Appliance ($3.00)
  • Water Heater ($5.00)
  • Fridge/Freezer ($5.00, plus $5.00 through the week)
  • Cluster ($10.00)

Vendor Application Forms 2020

Below are the online application forms for the Antigonish Farmers Market and to be used by returning and new vendors alike.

Mandatory Information For Food Vendors

Prepared Food Vendors are required to apply for a permit to sell prepared foods at a public market. You can find the application here: www.gov.ns.ca/agri/foodsafety/

  • Food Safety Handling courses and locations at: link
  • Fact Sheets for Food Safety at Public Markets: link
  • Guidelines and Applications for Public Markets – forms: link
  • Guidelines and Applications for Public Markets – guide: link (pdf)

All food vendors whether you are selling schedule A or B foods must comply with the labeling requirements of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency document, Guide to Food Labeling and Advertising. If you have any questions please contact our local Public Health Officer, for Antigonish County Michelle Macleod, michelle.macleod@novascotia.ca or 902-631-4048

 

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