Information for Stallholders
Our stallholders are an essential part of our market community - without them there would be no market! The success of stallholders is vital to the overall success of the market and we aim to help you achieve this.
Stallholder Rules and Responsibilities
As the Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market is an incorporated not-for-profit organisation it has a constitution that sets out the role of the market. It is governed by a committee made up of elected and appointed members, including some stallholders. The committee set rules that stallholders need to abide by and employs staff to manage the market. Stallholders are also required required sign licence agreements and to be current market members to trade at the market.
Useful information and guides for stallholders:
- Food Safety and Country of Origin Labelling - Visit the Australian Farmers' Market Association (AFMA) website. Need some information on food safety, product labelling, operating a farmers’ market stall or understanding food product requirements? There are a number of sources of useful and FREE information available:
- FoodSA's Farmers' Market Toolkit
- Guide to the Labelling of Packaged Food
- Health and Hygiene for Food Handlers
Once you have begun trading at the market you may wish to expand your range of produce. All produce and products you sell must be approved by the Market Manager BEFORE being sold at the market. The following are the forms you’ll need to submit to have additional products approved.
The covering page of each form will show you which products are covered by that particular form.