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Why Vend with vision

Vending with vision Markets

Vision Markets offers well organized, well marketed, events for our vendors. We work diligently to promote our events in the community to increase the number of patrons that come and shop. We use social media, print media, and email marketing to promote all events.
Done for you marketing
We believe these type of event run smoothly when organized. If you are assigned a location for the season that is your spot. This helps with set up. If the Market Master, Staff, and/or volunteers are busy, you can go right to your spot and being setting up without needing to be directed. Without changes from week to week your loyal customers know exactly where to find you.
Organization is key
As a vendor you will find that not only will the Market Master be helpful and kind, so will any of our staff and volunteers. As vendors ourselves, we understand that creating a positive work environment is important to the success of all our events.
Friendly atmosphere
We want our vendors to enjoy their time while working. We encourage our vendors to get to know one another and network. This interaction can help grow your business and lead to other opportunities. The vendor community is small and we can help each other out, that's how Vision Markets was started!
We encourage Networking

all you will Need to join us

Vendor resources

Vendors, please use the links below for to acquire any licenses you may need to participate in The Davidsonville Community Farmers Market. All Licenses or Special Event Permits must be completed at least 2 weeks before the first market day to avoid a late fee. We suggest that you complete this process at least a month out from your start date to avoid delays in your participation. 

Maryland Cottage Food Law

Please be sure to review the Cottage Food Law for Maryland as many of our vendors will fall under this category.

Special Events – Temporary Food Service Facility License

A temporary food service facility is one operating for no more than 14 consecutive days, or at a Farmers Market at a fixed location in conjunction with a fair, carnival, public exhibition, construction project, recreational facility or similar gathering.

Mobile Unit Food Service Facility License
Vendors will need this license if they are preparing food on-site – $395/year

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health is responsible for inspecting and licensing all mobile food service units, such as hot dog carts or sandwich trucks, or other type of mobile food units. For more information on licensing and to download applications, view the following links:

More Information about Mobile Unit Food Service Facilites

See Mobile Unit Facts and Requirements

To obtain a license to operate a mobile food service unit, such as a hot dog cart or sandwich truck, or other type of mobile food unit, the required forms and fees are as follows:

1. MOBILE UNIT APPLICATION$395
[download the Mobile Unit Food Service Facility application] (PDF) 
  
2. MOBILE UNIT ACKNOWLEDGMENT FORMno fee
 [download the Mobile Unit Acknowledgment form] (PDF) 
  
3. WORKMAN’S COMPENSATION FORMno fee

Workers’ Compensation Application for Certificate of Compliance (PDF)

Workers’ Compensation Statement of Compliance (PDF)

Workers’ Compensation Exclusion Form (PDF)

 
  
4. STRUCTURAL PLAN REVIEW FEE 
high/medium/low priorityno fee
[download the Mobile Unit Food Service Facility application] (PDF) 
  
5. HACCP PLAN REVIEW FEE 
high/medium priority only$750
See Mobile Unit Plan Review Requirements 
[download the Food Service Facility application] (PDF) 

If you are a Mobile Unit, after these forms have been submitted to the Department of Health, call 410-222-7239 to make an appointment to have your mobile unit inspected. The unit must be brought to the Anne Arundel County Department of Health (lower parking lot) located at 3 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis, MD for this inspection.

The Davidsonville Community Farmers Market is

Our Current market

The Davidsonville Community Farmers Market is the only Market that currently has an open application. For this reason, all of the vendor resources on this page apply to Anne Arundel County, Only. If you would like Vision Markets to come to a town near you let us know.
open to new markets

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