Being a vendor at a farmers market is an exciting, dynamic, enriching experience, but it is different than other methods of sales. If you haven’t sold or a new at a farmers market, it’s a good idea to consider some basic information.
Passion: A passion is something you love or have a strong desire to offer. What do you do the best and love the most?
Product: Offer a product is that is unique to you. Your product should be at its peak of perfection and presented in its best quality, taste and appearance.
Professionalism: Nothing can bring your business to a halt faster than not adhering to local rules and regulations. Do your research, know your stuff, keep your word and respect others. Secure the necessary permits and licenses.
People: Your love for people is key for your success at a farmers market. People come to the market to see YOU as well as your product. They want to know you are happy to see them.
Place: Once you have identified your passion and product, and are sure of your professionalism and love of people, you have to decide where you want to sell your product. Just as products are unique, not all farmers markets are the same. We suggest you research the culture, people and products of each farmers market before you make your selection.
Farmers Market Partners Missouri City is a great place to be.
Farmers Market Partners Missouri City is interested in Local Farmers and Vendors and that bring unique items to our Farmers Market. Listed are some of the items you may consider to be part of "Our Farmtastic Family"
Fresh Eggs (chicken, duck quail) Raw Honey, Honeycomb, Beeswax, Cut Flowers, Lavender, Dried Herbs, Veggie Starter Plants, Hanging Baskets, Seasoned Nut Mixes, Pecans Potted Flowers, Loose Leaf Herbal Tea Blends, Soaps, Lotions, Sea Moss, CBD, Chapsticks, Homemade Bread, Homemade Pies and Pastries, Homemade Jellies and Jams, Cracklin, Homemade BBQ Sauce, Herb and Salt Blends, Homemade Wine, Dried Medicinal Herb Blends, Marinara Sauce, Fresh Pesto, Popcorn, Herbal Salves, Pet Supplies, Homemade Extracts (vanilla, orange, lemon, etc), Seed bombs, Roasted Coffee Beans, Photographers, Artist, Authors, Homemade Fudge, Homemade Candy, Granola Bars, Homemade Jerky, Mushrooms, Infused Olive Oil, Dried Sage, Pie Fillings, Succulent Gardens, Bonsia Trees, Fruit Trees, Worm Hotels for Vermicomposting, Hand Built Bee Boxes, Hand Built Raised Garden Bends, Bird Houses, Natural Coffee Creamers, Herbal Bath Salts, Shower Streamers, Bundt Cakes, Cake in a Jar, Cookies, Aloe Vera and Aloe Plants, Homemade Butter with Fresh Herbs, Homemade Salad Dressings, Infused Vinegars, Fresh Guacamole and more.
The BOLD items are Open Categories for FMPMC. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, apply online today. If you have any questions or need additional information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 832-347-3811.