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2021 East Falls Farmers Market Rules
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East Falls Farmers’ Market/East Falls Development Corporation (EFFM/EFDC)

Program Rules

Please read all market rules carefully and contact The East Falls Farmers Market if you have any questions. Violation of these market rules may result in reassignment of market position or loss of permission to sell in the market.

Registration:

Products:

Attendance:

Market Hours:

Space:

Parking:

Equipment:

Signs:

Public Safety: Vendor Responsibilities

Site Sanitation & Appearance:

Market Management:

Organic Certification:

Inspections:

Sales Reports:

Market Fees:

Farmers and Food Artisans:

Seasonal Market (May to December)

Winter Extended Market (January through April, excluding special events)

Arts and Craft Vendors:

Seasonal Market (May to December)

Winter Extended Market (December through April, excluding special events)

Nonprofit and Other Community Organizations:

Nonprofits may attend the market for free as long as they follow all market rules and make reservations in advance. Acceptance is at the discretion of the market manager.

Other Businesses:

Occasionally a local business may be allowed to attend to market their product. Attendance is at the discretion of the market manager. Fees are as follows:

Seasonal Market (May to December)

Winter Extended Market (December through April, excluding special events)

Payment Schedule for all vendors:

Insurance Requirements:

Food Vendors

Instructions. For your own protection and the protection of affected parties, East Falls Farmers Market/East Falls Development Corporation rules require that your activities at our farmers’ market are covered by a general liability insurance policy for a minimum of $1,000,000 and product liability insurance or equivalent for a minimum of $1,000,000.

The East Falls Farmers Market/East Falls Development Corporation and any other entities specific to the market must be named as Additional Insured. See the listing below for the entities that must be listed as additional insured on your certificate.


You must have your insurance agent submit a certificate of insurance to The East Falls Farmers Market /East Falls Development Corporation  as a certificate holder, documenting that East Falls Farmers Market /East Falls Development Corporation and any other relevant entities are listed as additional insured. Insurance companies can send out separate certificates for each additional insured or one certificate listing all additional insured in series.

Send certificates to:​

East Falls Farmers Market

℅ East Falls Development Corporation

3580 Indian Queen Lane.

Philadelphia, PA 19129

EMAIL:eastfallsfarmersmarket@gmail.com

Deadline. We must receive the required insurance certificates from your insurance agent before your first market day. Producers whose certificates of insurance are not on file at the East Falls Farmers Market /East Falls Development Corporation will not be allowed to start at market.

Questions. Please call the East Falls Farmers Market at (484) 452-4215

For our market, the following entities need to be listed as Additionally Insured on Certificates of Liability.

1. City of Philadelphia, its officers, employees, and agents
Risk Management Office
1515 Arch Street, 14th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19012

2. East Falls Farmers Market
​​℅ East Falls Development Corporation

3580 Indian Queen Lane

Philadelphia, PA 19129

Arts and Crafts Vendors, Nonprofits, Other Businesses

EFFM/EFDC expects that vendors have appropriate insurance and licenses, and are paying appropriate local and federal taxes.

Other Requirements

East Falls Farmers Market/East Falls Development Corporation

3580 Indian Queen Lane

Philadelphia, Pa 19129

(484) 452-4215

eastfallsfarmersmarket@gmail.com

www.EastFallsFarmersMarket.com

January 1, 2021