Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor with Portland Farmers Market, a collection of five vibrant markets serving the Portland area. Portland Farmers Market is proud to serve as a small business incubator for the many wonderful farms, nurseries, bakeries, meat and seafood providers, cheese makers and specialty food producers our area has to offer. Every vendor is carefully screened with a commitment to creating a diverse marketplace with the highest quality locally produced products available.
Portland Farmers Market is strictly a food and farms marketplace. We are interested in showcasing locally grown, raised, sourced and produced products.
Businesses with value-added products are prioritized if a minimum of 25% of the ingredients used in the products are sourced directly from small farms in Oregon and SW Washington. This does not include local distributors, such as Bob’s Red Mill and Glory Bee.
We do not accept the following at our markets. Further information can be found in our Vendor Handbook in Step 2 below.
Please review our 2022 Vendor Handbook for information about the requirements and expectations of participating in one of our markets.
Vendor Handbook 2022.
Please submit a Vendor Interest Form so we can learn more about your business. A Vendor Interest Form is not an appliction, but the first step to see if your business may qualify to apply to our markets. Our applications are currently closed, occasionally we consider an applicant mid-season.
Our Vendor Interest form is available in six languages:
The application will open in December 2022.
In the meantime, please complete a Vendor Interest form and we will notify you when the application opens to the public.
Portland Farmers Market is committed to creating a diverse marketplace with the highest quality, locally produced products available. Portland Farmers Market reserves unconditional discretion to accept or refuse anyone as a market vendor, the selection process is quite rigorous and takes into consideration many factors, including quality, sourcing, presentation and diversity of product to ensure a successful market.
All new vendors are required to attend a new vendor orientation. During the meeting, new vendors will meet Portland Farmers Market staff members, review the rules and regulations provided in the Vendor Handbook, and have the opportunity to ask questions and meet fellow members of their new market community.