Become a Vendor

2017 Vendor Selection is Complete

The TD Saturday Market is not currently accepting any applications for the 2017 season. Applications for the 2018 season will be available the first of February.

The 2017 rules and regulations are provided below as a reference for vendors interested in selling at the TD Saturday Market in 2018. 

2017 Rules and Regulations

Vendor Categories


Farmers produce locally grown vegetables, fruit, nuts, grains, herbs, flowers or nursery crops from seed or plants. Beekeepers, egg farmers, poultry and livestock producers are considered farmers.

Crafters produce original, unique, high quality, safe, garden/farm/environmentally-related items which bring some added value to the TD Saturday Market. All products must be the actual work of the crafter and produced within 100 miles of Greenville, SC. No commercial items, no imported items, no manufactured items and no second hand items shall be resold by crafters.

Processor and Commercial Vendors:
Processors are vendors that use locally grown produce to make their products (such as jellies, jams, salsas, ciders, smoked meats, honey, etc.) This vendor does not operate a commercial business.  Commercial vendors use locally grown ingredients in their products. All products must be high quality, safe and an enhancement to the TD Saturday Market. Bakeries fall into this category; however, the TD Saturday Market can only support a limited amount of bakeries to avoid saturation of this type of product.

The TD Saturday Market does not accept any vendors that plan on preparing food or serving for consumption on-site or vendors operating under the Cottage Law.
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Vendor Fees

Vendor Type Weekly Pre-Pay Full Season
Farmer/ Producer/ Grower/
$30 $675
Crafter $35 $790
Food Processor/ Re-seller/
Commercial Vendor
$40 $900