How do I become an SFC Farmers' Market Vendor?
The SFC Farmers' Markets are proud to support our Central Texas Agricultural Producers. Similarly, we expect our Value Added vendors to support these producers by sourcing materials and ingredients from them to cultivate a cohesive community in our markets.
Both of our Markets are producer-only: vendors may only sell what they grow, raise, make, or harvest themselves.
We're Growing our Markets!
We are actively seeking the following products and services for the market, or other unique products and services that you can bring:
- Bread and Tortillas
- Grains and Flours
- Pantry Staples
- Ready to Eat Food
- Wine and Cider
- Potted Plants
- Leather Goods
- Massage Therapy
Ready to apply? Follow the steps below!
1. What type of vendor am I?
An Agricultural Producer is any vendor who grows, raises, or wild-harvests a food product themselves
A Value Added Producer is any vendor who incorporates local farm-raised goods to create a final food or artisan product
2. What kind of permits do I need?
You may need a permit depending on the kind of product you are intending to sell at the market. Please visit our Farmers' Market Permitting FAQ to learn more about permitting.
Acquiring the necessary permits may take a few weeks, so please be aware that this will influence your start date should your application be accepted. We will help walk you through the permitting process required for your business once your application has been approved.
3. Am I in the right place?
Application fee is not refundable. All application decisions are final.