Food Products & Food Trucks
A Cottage Food Operator is a vendor that has obtained a Cottage Food License from the Local Environmental Health Agency to sell Food Products like baked goods (cakes, cookies, pies, and breads), jams and jellies, dry cake and cookie mixes, dry nut mixes, dry cereals, popcorn, & some candies - find complete list here. Some Food Products do not fall under a Cottage License along with Food Trucks and require different permitting. Other permits along with a Health Permit may be required to sell at the Shasta Lake Farmers Market.
*Food Product Vendor Forms are Accepted No Later then April 19th, 2019.
* PLUS NON-REFUNDABLE ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE OF $30 *
Booth Fees are to be collected at set up between 4:30PM & 5:45PM.
Paying monthly or seasonally is non-refundable, regardless of attendance.
If paying by month, fees are due at the beginning of each month.
Vendors will be required to pay booth fees in advance after 2 instances of late cancellation(anytime after Friday at 5PM) or after being a no-show.
Standard booth fee includes one ‘10x10’ booth space. For vendors that need additional booth space, another ‘10x10‘ space can be purchased for $10/day.
Food Product Vendors MUST Complete & TUrn in a Temporary Booth Notification PErmit to the Environmental Health DIVISION of Shasta County before April 19th, 2019
All Food Trucks need a "Permit to Operate" from Shasta County Environmental Health Dept.
*COPIES OF ANY APPLICABLE PERMITS ARE REQUIRED BEFORE SET UP ON YOUR FIRST MARKET DAY & CAN BE EMAILED TO ART@HERITAGEROASTING.COM
SET UP & TEAR DOWN
Set up for Food Product Vendors starts at 5PM.
Any Food Product Vendor that show up after 5:30PM will have to carry in their set up instead of pulling in and unloading.
Booths must be completely set up by 5:45PM.
After unloading, vendors park in the designated vendor parking area.
Tear down begins at 9PM - early tear down is only acceptable in case of emergencies.
You must bring your own canopy(preferably 10x10s), tables, and chairs.
Vendors are required to have anchors for their canopy. This can be sandbags, cinder blocks, or hanging weights.