Goods permitted for sale
All goods offered for sale must be of excellent quality.
We encourage vendors to sell products produced within a 100-mile radius of Plymouth. Goods raised within this area will receive a VENDOR Raised sign from the Market Coordinator.
The Vendor must display legible price markers for goods offered for sale
The following goods may be sold at the Market: fruits,vegetable, meats, dried and fresh herbs and spices, plants, flowers, honey, eggs, flour and ground grain.
Prepared food items which are permitted include,[but are not limited to]: cheeses, maple syrup, jellies, jams, preserves, dried vegetables, dried fruits, cider or other pressed juices, ice cream, herb vinegar and baked goods.
Prepared food items must be prepared in a licensed facility, As defined by Indiana law, and sold in pre-packaged form.The sale of these food items requires proper labeling, which must consist of name of product, location of preparation, and ingredients
Plymouth Farmers Market Inc. Board encourages producers to use local ingredients grown in the State of Indiana.
Vendors selling prepared food must display there Board of Health license at all times.
Vendors invited to the market for the purpose of demonstrations to the public may sell there products, regardless of the type or origin of the product.
Egg Vendors must exhibit a current egg vendor license issued by the State Egg Board.
Health Department regulations require that eggs be kept at 45 degrees or less.
Handcrafted items may be sold at the Plymouth Farmers Market. However, the items must be produced from plant or animal based materials. [ Note Vendors selling food, plant, etc. items that meet the mission statement have first access to booth space,then those wishing to sell handmade crafts may be assigned a space.]
Exceptions to the goods permitted rule can be made by the Plymouth Farmers Market Inc.Board upon advanced request by vendor.
Market Coordinator reserves the right to verify that all goods are appropriate for sale.