Become a Vendor
New vendor applications for the 2023 season are CLOSED.
step 1: See if you qualify
STEP 2: Learn the Market Rules and Regulations
Please read our Vendor Rules and Regulations to learn the answers to our most frequently asked questions, and for additional information about the requirements and expectations of participating in our market. All vendors planning to sell any food product please see South Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Requirements for Selling Manufactured or Processed Foods at Farmers Markets. Nursery growers please see Nursery Stock Guidelines.
STEP 3: FILL OUT THE APPLICATION
Applications for the 2023 season are CLOSED.
STEP 4: Application Review and Status Notification
STEP 5: Market Vendor Meeting
Welcome to the TD Saturday Market! All market vendors are required to attend a market vendor meeting before the start of the season. You will receive adequate advance notice about the time, date, and location of this meeting. During the meeting, vendors will meet TD Saturday Market Staff members, review the rules and regulations, pay for their market fees, and have the opportunity to ask questions and meet fellow members of their new market community.
|Vendor Type||Weekly||Pre-Pay Full Season|
|$30||$675 (25 markets)|
|Crafter||$35||$790 (25 markets)|
|Food Processor/ Re-seller/
|$40||$900 (25 markets)|
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.