Paperwork Required to Sell at the Market
Paperwork may be emailed to email@example.com, or paper copies submitted by mail or in person at the SustainFloyd office (see below for mailing address).
Vendors must obtain a Town of Floyd Business License (free for farmers and extensions may be granted), and provide SustainFloyd with a copy of their business license at the beginning of the season. SustainFloyd is required to submit a list of all market vendors to the Town of Floyd.
Please contact Andrew Morris at 540-745-2565 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about licensing,
Please indicate all relevant certifications for your product. Copies of certifications are required prior to vending.
*Legally, produce cannot be labeled as “organic” if the farm is not USDA Certified Organic. However, if you sell < $5000 gross, you may legally label your produce as “organic” without certification, but not “certified organic”. To do so, you must meet all of the organic standards AND file an affidavit with the USDA and provide SF with a copy.
Products sold at the Floyd Farmers Market must be local in origin and be grown or produced by the vendor.
Vendors may sell products by other producers from Floyd County if agreed to in advance by the Floyd Farmers Market Manager.
Availability for Summer Season
The summer season runs from the first Saturday of May through Thanksgiving.
Vendor applications are accepted from February 1st to February 25th.
Please complete, sign and submit your application during the application window. Applications may be submitted online, mailed, or dropped off at the SustainFloyd office in the Station (if no one is there, please place in the drop box outside the door. Our address is:
Floyd Farmers Market c/o SustainFloyd
203 S. Locust Street, Suite H
Floyd, VA 24091
Saturday Market: Table Fee + 4% of sales
~ Full Table (8’): $12
~ Half Table (4’): $7
Thursday Market: 4% of sales (no table fee required)
Contact the Market Manager with questions:
I hereby certify that all information herein is accurate and true. It is accepted that SustainFloyd Foundation will not be liable for any damage, loss or injury for vendors at the Floyd Farmers Market.