Farmers
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Raw Agricultural Products
Fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, herbs, potted plants, and flowers must be grown by vendor.

Eggs
Eggs must come from chickens raised by vendor. Eggs must be kept at 41 degrees or less. Egg cartons must include safe handling procedures. DO NOT re-use egg cartons unless the carton is provided by the customer for you to fill. Eggs can be sold without a Department of Agriculture Certificate.

Honey
Honey vendors must be involved in beekeeping to be considered. Honey products require a Department of Agriculture Certificate.

Dairy
Dairy products must come from animals raised by the vendor. Dairy products must be kept at 41 degrees or less. Vendors must provide a copy of their Department of Agriculture Certificate.

Meat
Meat must come from animals raised by the vendor. Meat products must be kept at 41 degrees or less. The retail sale of meat requires a Department of Agriculture Certificate.

~ Vendors found in violation of the State of Utah Department of Agriculture or the Utah County Health Department Guidelines, by either the health inspector or Sunset farmers Markets, shall be asked to remove the item(s) in question or relinquish their space and forfeit any fees paid to Sunset Farmers Markets.

- $25 Application fee
- First 10 ft x 10 ft Booth is FREE
- Additional Booth is $10 
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Helpful Resources

Utah County Health Department Website
Utah Department of Food and Agriculture Website
Utah Department of Food and Agriculture Phone Number
Food Handler Permit
Food Sampling Permit
Cottage Kitchen Food Permit
Utah’s Own Website

Utah's Own is a Utah Department of Agriculture marketing program that is dedicated to the promotion of Utah food products.