Since the 1830s, farmers have been the cornerstone of the Cambridge Farmers' Market, selling their goods 52 weeks per year. The benefits of being a farm vendor at the Market include:

  • Access to cooler space located indoors to store products (coolers owned and maintained by the City of Cambridge)
  • Free parking conveniently located at 50 Dickson Street for easy loading and unloading
  • Ability to sell year-round, either inside or outside
  • Option to be a seasonal vendor outside
  • Free garbage removal onsite
  • Free paper towels and soap for indoor vendors
  • Assistance from Market staff with permits and applications
 Who can sell products at the Market?
Qualified farm vendors at the Cambridge Farmers' Market must:
 What kinds of farm products does the Market sell?
Farm vendors at the Market sell a variety of products, including:
  • Milled flour and grain
  • Prepared foods (popsicles, ice-cream, fresh pressed juice, sweet and savory foods from a variety of cultural backgrounds, etc.)
  • Seasonal items (winter greens, Christmas trees, mums, etc.)
  • Organic berries
  • Kombucha
  • Hard cider and fruit wines

At this time, the Cambridge Farmers' Market is not accepting vendor applications for the following:

  • Berry farmers
  • Corn farmers
  • Food items not grown or produced by the vendor
 What are the Market's rules for vendors?
To learn more about becoming a vendor at the Cambridge Farmers' Market, view our Vendor Information Package and the Market By-law.

All farm vendors must also follow federal, provincial or local regulations related to food safety.

 How do I apply?
  1. Complete the New Vendor Inquiry Form and one of our staff members will contact you within one month of receiving your form.
  2. After speaking with our staff about becoming a new vendor, you can submit the Vendor Application Form.
  3. Farm and food-related vendors must also complete the Region of Waterloo Public Health Application Form.

If your product isn't a good fit for the Market at this time, our staff will direct you to other possible opportunities for you to sell your local products.