Vendor Application

The Brookhaven Farmers Market will be open every Saturday, 9am-12pm, beginning in early April and running through mid-November.

Local, sustainable family farms and related businesses are our preferred partners, emphasizing our focus on social, economic, and environmental sustainability. A Business License and insurance are required for all vendors.

Please fill out the form below and submit supporting documentation to brookhavenfarmersmarket@gmail.com. Your documents and payment must be received prior to consideration. ALL vendors need to fill out the top portion of the application through “Product Information” then scroll to the section that coordinates with the product you will be bringing to the market and continue answering all questions in that section. Once all information is completed, scroll to the bottom to Submit your application.

Thank you for your interest in the Brookhaven Farmers Market!

Please complete the form below to be considered:

Main Contact Name *
Main Contact Name
Main Contact Phone Number *
Main Contact Phone Number
Mailing Address *
Mailing Address
Physical Address (if different)
Physical Address (if different)
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You are a(n) *
What form of payment will your business accept at the farmers market? Check all that apply *
If yes, payment will be due by the first market ( in April). Discount is for weekly vendors only.
A copy of your business license will still be required.
Other Required Licenses & Insurance *
All vendors are responsible for knowing and acquiring all necessary licenses. Please indicate which licenses you are required to have. Check all that apply. Please email copies to brookhavenfarmersmarket@gmail.com. *Your documents must be received in order for you to be considered.*
Product Information
Reselling is not permitted without approval. We may permit you to sell a colleagues' products if the farm has undergone BFM approval and you receive prior written approval from the Director of Operations. Foraged products are acceptable. All foraged food must be pre-approved by the Director of Operations and clearly labeled as "wild" or "foraged". For egg producers, an Egg Candling License is required.
What types of certifications or licenses do you hold for your farm? (Check all that apply)
What types of practices and techniques do you utilize on your farm? (Check all that apply)
Reselling is not permitted without approval. We may permit you to sell a colleagues' products if the farm has undergone BFM approval and you receive prior written approval from the Director of Operations. For meat producers, a Mobile Meat License is required. For cheese producers, a Dairy Manufacturer's License is required. Meat products treated with growth hormones will not be accepted into the market.
What types of certifications or licenses do you hold for your farm? (Check all that apply)
What types of practices and techniques do you utilize on your farm? (Check all that apply)
Value- Added producers are vendors who are actively involved and invested in the processing of an artisan product sold at market. The Value- Added Vendor categories are outlined below: Packaged Food Vendors Those who sell processed food products made from raw ingredients that have been cooked, canned, dried, baked or preserved. Products include pickles, condiments, jams and jellies, charcuterie, and other packaged foods. Ready to Eat Food Vendors Those who sell food that is freshly made and available for immediate consumption on- site. This includes beverages prepared for immediate consumption, such as coffee.
What category best describes your business?
Which type of licenses or permits do you have to operate your business? (Check all that apply)
Samples will be requested from vendors during the second phase of the application period.
All products must be handmade and should incorporate local and sustainable materials when available. Eco-friendly practices are encouraged. There are a limited number of spaces devoted to Bath & Body Products.
Samples will be requested from vendors during the second phase of the application period.
Products should incorporate local and sustainable materials when available. Preference will be given to producers creating all natural pet food and treats. All Pet Food & Treats must meet the regulations and requirements outlined by the Georgia Department of Agriculture Plant Food, Feed & Grain Division.
Samples will be requested from vendors during the second phase of the application period.
BFM exists to support farmers and local food producers, however, we feature regular and occasional artists. The Artists and Crafters category is open to the following types of makers: Fine Arts: painting, drawings, sculpture, pottery, ceramics, etc. Heritage Arts: woodworking, weaving, basket-making, candle-making, and blacksmithing. Decorative Arts: jewelry, home goods crafted from recycled materials, mosaics, stained-glass items, and lawn sculptures. All products sold at the market must be handmade by the producer, we do not allow for the import or resale of any products within this category. We do not allow for the sale of mass or commercially produced items. You will be required to submit (3) photographs of your products and (1) booth set up when completing this application.
Are the products handmade?