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I would like to do a legit booth at my local Farmer's Market, what do I need?

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So far I have:

*Business License (LLC in the works via Legalzoom.com)

*ServSafe Certificate (I have one, my partner will be certified soon)

*Means to Rent a Comercial Kitchen (in talks with, still working out rental hours)

 

Once approved by the Farmer's Market Community I will be asked to provide:

*Public Health Operating Permit (provided for the kitchen)

*Board of Equalization Permit (I guess I talk to Legalzoom.com )

*Community Event/Seasonal Event Permit (once approved)

 

Other than keeping my freshly packaged foods under 40ºF is there anything else I should be looking into? Any hints of tips? So far it's only the two of us working, should I get some sort of insurance plan?

 

Any info for this first timer would be greatly appreciated

-JSpirtos


Edited by PieBird13 - 7/10/13 at 7:28pm
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Board of Equalization Permit is your sales tax resellers permit, should be an office close by, go in, fill out the form, and wait.
 

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