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Post  Chopper 5/30/2010, 10:58 pm

Does anyone sell any of their excess produce at Farmer's Markets? Or are the requirements too cumbersome?
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Post  Dietryin 5/31/2010, 4:19 am

my kids are hoping to sell at our market. It's only .25 for the kids to sell. If I were to sell it would be 10.00.
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Post  Chopper 5/31/2010, 12:00 pm

Very clever workaround and good for the kids.

California is pretty anal about its agriculture. A lot of the Farmer's Markets are pretty regulated. I only just started looking into it, but it looks like more trouble than it is worth at this point. Not sure if a flea market might not be a better bet, but probably too expensive.
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Post  MeyerLemon 6/3/2010, 12:40 am

I have just started looking at this as well. I have been in touch with the LA County Health Dept out in Culver City - the inspection and requirements don't look to bad.

Once I get a definitive answer I will let you guys know Very Happy
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Post  LaFee 6/3/2010, 1:31 am

I think every local authority is different, so there's not going to be a single answer.

I know Florida just passed a law allowing local producers to sell their wares...which explains why farmer's markets in Florida are all but non-existent.
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