The Indiana Home Based Vendor Law (2009) guidance document from the Indiana Department of Health and Purdue Extension’s Fact Sheet on House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1309.

From Purdue Extension’s Food Entrepreneurship series, Using a Home Kitchen to Prepare Food for Sale, outlines what a Home-Based Vendor can and can’t make and sell from their home kitchen.

The Indiana Farmers Market Vending Guide is a comprehensive look at what it takes to be a vendor who sells produce or a specialty crop at markets. Covering topics critical to understand in order to be successful, the guide helps anyone interested in starting a business sell successfully at Indiana Farmers Markets.

Topics covered in the vending guide include:

  • Are You Ready to Sell at A Farmers Market?
  • Identifying Markets in Your Area
  • Selecting Your Specialty Crop
  • Joining a Market and Learning The Rules
  • Legal Issues
  • Going to Market
  • Making A Sale
  • Professionalism and Vendor Behavior
  • Giving Back

The Indiana Farmers Market Vending Guide is available for download in English, Spanish and Burmese.

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