Vendor Registration

NEW CONTRACTS/APPLICATIONS FOR 2018

ARE AVAILABLE


Thank you for your interest in vending at Jackson County Farmers Market! Vendor contract and further information can be found below.

Click Here for New Online Application via FarmSpread

 

Please be sure to read over the guidelines in our JCFM Vendor Contract Apr 2018-Mar 2019 (see below) to know if you are a good fit for our market and reach out to the market manager at jacksoncountyfarmersmarket@gmail.com or 828-393-5236 if you have any questions. We encourage the use of local ingredients where applicable for any interested Value-Added food vendors.

Applications will be reviewed, by the Board of Directors, on the second Monday of the month.

Vendors selling eggs must follow North Carolina Egg Laws which can be found here: http://www.ncagr.gov/fooddrug/food/egglaw.htm.  Or you can fill out the Agricultural Tax exemption form: http://dornc.com/downloads/e595qf.pdf

All vendors of Arts, Crafts, Jewelry, and Value-Added Farm Products may access the necessary NCDOR registration form here: http://www.dornc.com/electronic/registration/index.html.

CRAFT VENDORS, PLEASE NOTE! There is a waiting list.
A Note to Interested Craft Vendors: The JCFM maintains a ratio of farm to craft vendors (60% to 40%) and we are currently at capacity. However, if you are interested in vending crafts at the market please email Lisa a completed craft application so the Board can review it and Lisa can put you on a waiting list.
For a printable version of the contract, please see below:

JCFM Vendor Contract Apr 2018-Mar 2019 Please note that documents that are over 3 pages, may have blank pages intentionally inserted into them so that they can be printed two-sided to save paper.

April 2018 – March 2019 JCFM Attestation Form

SNAP Vendor Training April 2018 – March 2019

JCFM Craft Vendor Guidelines April 2018-March 2019

JCFM Craft Vendor Application Apr 2018 – March 2019


All vendors, please note: In 2013, the North Carolina State Legislature made some new changes to the Tax Law that impact you as a Vendor:

1. Unless you are exclusively selling your own farm products (non-value added), you must obtain a “Sales and Use Tax” Certificate of Registration from the NC Department of Revenue (NCDOR).  If you are selling only farm products you can fill out our Attestation Form attesting to the fact that you are selling your own farm products, or obtain your Agricultural Tax Exemption Number.

If you have to process your farm products, i.e. heat molasses or cut a vegetable, you are required to have an NCDOR Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Registration.

2. All vendors must conspicuously display their NCDOR Certification number or their Agricultural Tax Exemption Number at their booth (not required if you sign our Attestation Form because you are selling your own farm products).

 

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