Submit your farmers’ market vendor and farmer applications for our weekly farmers’ markets now. We are accepting applications for farmers (certified producers) at all markets. Some categories are full at individual farmers’ markets and specific criteria and quality standards apply.

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  • Only farmers with current California Certified Producer certificates can sell fresh produce, cut flowers, nuts and some other products.
  • Grocery and prepared food vendors must have a Temporary Food Facility Permit and/or Cottage Food Registration.
  • All grocery and non-food vendors must have General Business Liability insurance.
  • Market farmers and vendors must participate Rain or Shine in order to maintain the trust of our loyal, engaged shoppers.
  • We look for grocery and non-food items produced in San Diego, preferably sold by the maker, in keeping with our emphasis on local farmers.

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 Grocery products including mustards, granola, quality baked goods including baking mixes and gluten free specialties, healthy grains, and dairy products are welcome. Fresh and dried pasta, fresh salads and juices are needed at the weekday markets.  


This market has limited openings, until it expands. Apply with granola, salsa, fresh or dried pasta, jam, charcuterie, snack items, mustard, healthy grains, salads, baked goods, juices, and craft items made by the seller (not resale). Surprise us with a new grocery item!


Recently expanded to three blocks in the heart of North Park, this market is now open until 7:30 pm every Thursday year-round.

This market needs quality baked goods, cheese and charcuterie, fresh fish, fresh and dried pasta, jam, snacks, mustards, healthy grains, quality baked goods, salads, and juices. Applications for new and different grocery items are always welcome.

Local artists may participate in a special section of the North Park Thursday Market, displaying and selling art on a rotating basis instead of committing to weekly attendance. We welcome Chef demos from local Chefs, and family-friendly art, craft and nutrition-related activities.


The Little Italy Mercato has very limited space for new vendors. Apply now with fresh produce and locally made grocery items including granola, relish, crackers, baking mixes, gluten free specialities and mustard. Bring us a new and different packaged food featuring quality ingredients.

Do not apply to the Little Italy Mercato with food prepared to eat on site, Italian specialities, jewelry, clothing or imported goods. 

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