How to become a Stallholder
We love to welcome new growers and producers to the Barossa Farmers Market. Our purpose is to provide a place that is a direct route to market for farmers and food producers, and to strengthen the community connection to the local food chain.
As we are an authentic farmers market, it does mean that there is select criteria that needs to be met to become a stallholder at our market.
The Barossa Farmers Market is a food and beverage only market (with a few exceptions – see rules) and to become a stallholder you must tick off the following criteria:
-You must be based in South Australia and grow/make the food within the State (priority is given to Barossa food producers)
-There are no resellers. Those who grow or make the food, sell the food.
-You must show local provenance within your produce ingredients
-The market also promotes environmental practices and sustainable agriculture by giving priority to biodynamic, organic and minimal spray produce.
-Compostable or recyclable packaging must be used where possible.
We do not accept craft, re-packagers, re-sellers and bric-a-brac applications
All applications need to be approved by the Board of the Barossa Farmers Market prior to commencement and need to be emailed to Market Management at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must include:
– your ABN registration
– a current Certificate of Currency (Insurance) for Public and Product Liability
– Food Business Notification number from your Council
– Relevant Certificates of Accreditation relating to hygiene, transportation, food safety, organic status where applicable