Greer Farmers' Market

Greer Farmers' Market

Sponsored by Greer CPW and by Citizen Building and Loan

Vendors

Elementals Soaps


Allison Garrett
Natural Artisan Soap, Bath and Body Products
www.elementalssoap.com
Handmade soap, linen and room sprays, bath salts, body lotions, shower soothers, bug repellent and much more.

Padulas Plants and Garden


www.padulasplants.com
Padulas Facebook Page
Padulas Plants and Gardens focuses on growing herbs, vegetables, and flowering perennials without the use of chemicals, for the Upstate of South Carolina.

Ms. Lillian's Pie Spices


Lillian Walker Small
www.mslillianslouisianapiespices.com
Authentic dry spices to be used in a variety of pies such as Sweet potato, apple, or peach pies. Also sold in gluten-free and sugar free.

IVIVA


www.ivivalife.com
Hand crafted Himalayan salt products and essential oils for your kitchen, bath and body

Update Greens


www.upstategreens.com
Veteran Owned Greenville grown, local producer of natural produce

AuNaturAl's


www.aunaturals.net
A line of handmade, alternative healing and skincare products, all made with love

Amelia Sage


www.ameliasage.net
Healthy, pure and simple handmade natural body care products

Tyger Heart Fine Soaps


tygerheart.com
All natural handcrafted soaps

Satterfield Farms


SC certified meat handler.

How to become a vendor

Below you will find an application with guidelines. Please review, sign, and send to me with your payment.
I look forward to hearing from you soon. You can email the completed forms to greerfarmersmarket@gmail.com
The opening date will be Thursday April 7th from 4-7 pm and the market will run every Thursday through October 27th. We will pick back up in Spring of 2017.

Greer Farmers Market Application

Helpful Links

FOOD/FEED SAFETY COMPLIANCE
South Carolina Cottage Law

Rules

The Market is a membership organization, and the farmers and artisans help run the Market. The Market membership meets annually to approve Market rule changes and to plan out the new season. The directors are farmers and artisans members of the Market, and they meet regularly.

Everything sold at Market must be grown or produced by the farmers and artisans. The board of directors regularly inspects farm businesses to ensure integrity. The directors can decide if certain products do or do not meet market criteria. The practice of growing heirloom and native, beneficial plants using pesticide free techniques in encouraged. Additionally, the business owner must be present each week to sell their goods, or have an approved representative.

All of the sellers at Market live and produce their goods within 50 miles of Market. In fact, the average distance that food travels to Market is just 20 mile; you cannot get more local.