Food Artisans
~ Examples of Food Artisan products include bread, cookies, cake, tortillas, salsa, jam, bottled juice, canned fruits, and vegetables...

~ Food that is prepared away from the market is regulated by the Utah State Department of Agriculture and must come from an approved commercial or "cottage" kitchen. The vendor is required to have a valid Food Handlers Permit from the Utah County Health Department. Vendors are responsible for obtaining the required approvals and permits from the Department of Agriculture.

~ 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.

Sunset Farmers Markets does not provide canopies, tables or chairs. ​

Sunset Farmers Markets will provide LED string lighting that will be clipped to the front side of each vendors canopy. 

Springville: Not provided.
Cedar Hills: Not provided.
Orem: Electricity is provided but limited.  
Quiet generators are allowed. 

- $25 Application Fee
- $10 
Daily Booth Fee

Full Season Discount
Participate in all three Sunset Farmers Markets and receive 35% OFF.  
Participate in individual Sunset Farmers Markets and receive 25% OFF.
Vendors who pay for the full season will be guaranteed a reserved booth space!
We appreciate vendors who pay for the full season this allows us to have more money to put towards marketing, entertainment and more. Thank you!
Apply Now

Helpful Resources

Utah Department of Food and Agriculture Website
Utah Department of Food and Agriculture Phone #
Food Handler Permit
Food Sampling Permit
Cottage Kitchen Food Permit

Utah County Health Department Website
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. 
Utah’s Own is now offering free product photography to its members!