All vendors must comply with our Rules & Procedures. Click the link to download a PDF of our most recent version.
Outdooor vendors using tents, canopies, or any other equipment which may become windborne must read and agree to our canopy and tent policy. Click the link to download a copy.
Starting in April 2016, Public Health NB is requiring all public market vendors who handle potentially hazardous food items (including but not limited to meat, seafood, dairy, and processed or prepared foods) to obtain a food premises permit. For vendors that operate less than three days per week, the cost of a permit is free. Vendors are required to read and comply with the provincial food safety guidelines for public market vendors, and obtain a permit where necessary. Our regional public health inspector can help you understand the guidelines and complete an application; find their contact info and application forms in the document at the above link.