Guideline for Sale of Foods at Temporary Food Markets - Artisan Farmer Markets

Guideline for Sale of Foods at Temporary Food Markets

You must include a copy of your letter of approval (confirmation letter) from any B.C. regional health authority.

For Application Forms and Approval Temporary Food and Health Guidelines Here:

Guidelines-Sale-of-Foods-at-Temporary-Food-Markets_current-updated-Aug-2020.pdf

http://www.fraserhealth.ca/health-info/health-topics/food-safety/food-business

www.vch.ca/public-health/environmental-health-inspections/restaurant-food-safety/apply-for-a-food-service-permit

For more information contact:

Mark Ritson of Vancouver Coastal Health Northshore at:
(604) 983-6751 or mark.ritson@vch.ca

Eric de Castro of Fraser Health at:
(604) 918-7522 or eric.decastro@fraserhealth.ca

For Alcohol Vendors:

To serve liquor in a farmers’ market, a Special Event Permit is needed (BC Liquor and Cannabis regulation Branch).

BC Beer, Wine and Liquor Sales at Farmers’ Markets – BCAFM Conference presentation (BC Liquor Control and Licensing Branch)