Apply to be a Vendor

2021-22 Market Season
Dates: April 1, 2021- March 30, 2022 
Fees: Application Fee-$25, Weekly Stall Fee-$15/Stall

Disclaimer:
The Coppell Farmers Market has limited space and gives preference to returning vendors that are in good standing with the organization.  Although we strive to welcome new vendors to the market each year, space for new vendors is often very limited.

Farmers & Ranchers:

  • Who qualifies to be a vendor? Farmers and ranchers must grow/raise the products they sell and their operations must be located in North-Central Texas. Learn more here:  Coppell Farmers Market Vendor Handbook
  • How do we gaurentee our vendors produce what they sell? Our farmers and ranchers are subject to regular farm visits and, when necessary, farm audits. When a product’s origin is not evident, farmers are required to sign affidavits. 
  • When to apply? Farmer & Rancher applications are accepted year round.  If the link below is closed, please email [email protected] to inquire. 
  • How to know my application status? If you’ve applied during an open application period (July 15-September 15 and December 15-February 15), your application review will be subject to the same review timeline as all other applicants, who will receive email notice of their status (accepted, declined, waitlisted) on October 1 and March 1, respectively. If you’ve applied any other time of year, we’re able to be back in touch within 2 business weeks (often sooner).
  • If accepted, is a permit required? A permit is required to sell eggs, meat, and dairy products. 

Artisan/Specialty Food Producers:

  • Who qualifies to be a vendor? Artisan and Specialty Food Producers must directly produce the goods they wish to sell. Their business must be located in the North-Central Texas region. Learn more here:  Coppell Farmers Market Vendor Handbook
  • When to apply? Applications are accepted ONLY 2x annually, from July 15-September 15 and from December 15-February 15. Application fee is non-refundable. 
  • How to know my application status? Applicants will receive email notice of their status (accepted, declined, waitlisted) on October 1 and March 1, respectively.
  • How are accepted applicants chosen? Applications are reviewed and selected by a jury.
  • If accepted, is a permit required? Unless producing under the Texas Cottage Law, Artisan/Specialty Food Producers will be required to obtain a permit from the City of Coppell at the cost of $100/annually.  

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS & STUDENT GROUPS:
– Learn about booth spaces for Coppell-based, registered 501c(3) organizations here.
– Student groups send an inquiry to [email protected] and type “Student Booth” in the email subject line. 

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