What products can be sold at a CFM?

Only agricultural products (certified and non-certifiable) may be sold within a CFM. Please visit the California Conference of Directors Environmental Health Guidelines website or the Placer County Agricultural Commissioner for the definitions of certified vs. non-certified. Examples of certified include:

  • Flowers
  • Fresh fruits
  • Honey
  • Nursery stock
  • Nuts
  • Shell eggs
  • Vegetables

Examples of non-certified include processed products from certified agricultural products such as fruit and vegetable juices, shelled nuts, jams and jellies, and wine. Other examples include catfish, trout, and oysters from controlled aquaculture operations, livestock and livestock products, and poultry and poultry products.

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1. Does a Certified Farmers' Market need a health permit?
2. Do I need a separate Event Coordinator permit to have temporary food facilities adjacent to my CFM?
3. What products can be sold at a CFM?
4. What steps must I take to put on a CFM?