Participants who vend the products listed above do not need a food service permit from the FCHD Food Control Office unless they wish to sample their products at the markets or public events. Producers that wish to sample their products may apply for a Seasonal Farmer’s Market Producer Sampling License.
Other food service offerings, such as coffee beverage service and ready to eat food items at a farmer's market would require a temporary food service facility permit from the Food Control Office prior to participation in an event.
Non-potentially hazardous food items are those products that do not require temperature control for safety (refrigeration). Rock candy, cookies, fruit pies, and brownies are examples as nonpotentially hazardous Frosting and fillings for baked goods are considered potentially hazardous and require refrigeration if they contain potentially hazardous ingredient such as cream cheese or cream