To become a MDFM vendor, your products be locally grown, made and/or created by you the vendor, or must be a branded to promote your local business.
All food items made in a home kitchen must fall under Texas Cottage Food Law and have proper labeling.
Temperature controlled foods and all drinks must be made on-site at MDFM and the vendor have an updated City of Midland Health Permit.
We allow marketing booths at our farmers market, these marketing booths can be used for local non-profits, gyms, chiropractors, etc. to pass out information. We do not allow vendors who buy and resell products or vendors who are a part of an MLM (Mary Kay, Scentsy, etc.).
Vendors are responsible for their own booth setup, including tent and tables.
Please first read our Vendor Handbook before applying.
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All MDFM Vendors must submit an application and be board approved prior to their participation in our Market. The MDFM does require all vendors to abide by the rules and regulations outlined in the vendor contract, including making and/or growing the products they bring (no resell).
If your booth needs electricity, please pay the additional $10 electricity fee.
Interested in being a vendor at MDFM? Please fill out the Vendor Application and email along with pictures of what you will be selling and, if a food item, a copy of your food handlers certificate and example of packaging labeling. All this needs to be emailed to email@example.com for an approval review by our Board of Directors.