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The TD Saturday Market is first and foremost a local farmers market. We showcase locally grown, raised, sourced and produced products. Businesses with value-added products that use local ingredients will be given priority. The TD Saturday Market considers local sourcing to be the farm-direct purchasing of locally grown or raised, raw agricultural products, which does not include local distributors. We will not accept the following items at our market:
Further information can be found in our Vendor Rules and Regulations in Step 2 below.
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.
The TD Saturday Market is now accepting applications for the 2018 season. All applications submitted by February 28, 2018 will be notified regarding their acceptance into the market by March 9, 2018. Please fill out the 2018 Vendor Application (online).
The TD Saturday Market is committed to creating a diverse marketplace with the highest quality, locally produced products available. Although the TD Saturday Market reserves unconditional discretion to accept or refuse anyone as a market vendor, the selection process is quite rigorous and takes into consideration many factors, including product quality, sourcing, growing practices, presentation, seniority, safety, compliance, customer service and the right product mix to ensure a successful market.
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.