The Natomas Farmers market is back starting May 23rd, 2020!
Every Saturday, we will provide farm-fresh food from local farmers, food vendors and a little live music!
Apply to the farmer's market
Sell Your Farm's Products
Farmers may apply to the Natomas Farmers Market with their agricultural products (fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, honey, flowers) and their non-certifiable agricultural products (meats, poultry, eggs, oil, jams, nut butters, wine, dairy products, aqua-culture). All products must be grown in California.
Step 1: Get certified. To sell certifiable agricultural products, farmers must be certified by the California Department of Food and Agriculture in the county where their products are grown or raised, and must have a current Certified Producers Certificate.
Application here: http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/egov/farmersmarket/producers_app_step1.asp
Step 2: Apply to sell at the Natomas Farmers Market.
Once you are approved to sell at the market, we will notify you by email.
Booth fee: $20
Sell Non-Agricultural Food Products
Processed foods sold at the Natomas Farmers Market include ready-to-eat foods prepared off-site, made using ingredients produced by our farmers whenever possible. Examples include tamales, soup, pies and breads.
Prepared foods are made on-site. All new prepared-food vendors must use farm-fresh ingredients, sourced from our farmers whenever possible.
Once you are approved to sell at the market, we will send you a registration form.
Booth fee: $20