2 Fabulous Markets to Choose From
2 Fabulous Markets to Choose From
EatLoco Farmers Market are very proud of our vendors.
Each vendor has undergone verification procedures as to the authenticity of their farm or business and have met all other rigorous criteria in order to participate in the marketplaces.
Types of Vendors
EatLoco Marketplaces welcomes four different types of vendors including:
Farm-based produce (vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers, or nursery crops) or raise animals and their products for sale at the EatLoco Marketplaces
Value Added Food Vendors
Made-from-scratch food meant for purchase and use at home (vice food concession)
Concessions Food Vendors
Food prepared on site and intended for immediate consumption (i.e. food trucks, etc.)
Artisan Craft Vendors
Hand-crafted (non-food) items made by the vendor
Ready to get started?
A Guideline to Becoming an EatLoco Vendor
Welcome to the EatLoco Farmers Markets Vendor info page. This page is designed for those considering becoming a vendor at an EatLoco market, or those who have already been accepted to one of our markets. Below, you’ll find the guidelines for applying to our markets and the answers to some of the questions we are asked most often.
4 Things Required Before Being Accepted as an EatLoco Vendor
1. YOUR APPLICATION
Click HERE for your EatLoco Market Application
The very first step for all potential vendors is to fill out the above application with information as it pertains to your business. This will give us a better idea if you are a good fit for us, and we for you. Select all the markets in which you would like to participate and choose the dates you would like to attend. Lastly, read the Vendor Handbook inside Manage My Market carefully, as it defines our policies thoroughly.
2. YOUR $45 ADMIN FEE
Click HERE to pay your seasonal $45 admin fee.
This admin fee is due for each market and for each season. This admin fee is needed prior to processing your application and to keep your card on file for billing purposes. Once this is paid, we can begin the approval process for your application. Your credit card will be use for future market fees (weekly or drop-in).
3. VDAC AND/OR DEPT. OF HEALTH COMPLIANT
If you are a farmer, a food producer, or sell any type of prepared food (in a kitchen or at the market), please be sure to have all your necessary certificates, licenses and permits ahead of time with either the department of Health or VDAC.
VA Dept. of Health phone number: 804-864-7056
VDAC phone number: 804-786-3520
4. INSURANCE: (with EatLoco listed on it)
You must provide a 1 Million Dollar COI (certificate of Insurance) through your insurance company. EatLoco must be listed as a Certificate Holder to participate in any of our markets. One policy covers all our markets. Upload COI form to your Manage My Market profile. Click here for the Vendor Feedback Form.
This is what needs to be listed on the policy
525-K East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
Wait for EatLoco to accept you into our markets as a new EatLoco vendor.
This usually takes only a few days.
In the mean time, here are some questions you might have about attending an EatLoco Market
WHERE ARE THE MARKETS LOCATED?
Below, you’ll find the addresses for each of our markets. Each market should be easily searchable via GPS.
You can find a map of each location under the “EatLoco Markets” tab on our website.
EatLoco at One Loudoun
Atwater Drive, One Loudoun,
Ashburn, VA 20147
One Loudoun Market Manager
EatLoco at Brambleton
Brambleton Plaza (next to the Brambleton Library)
Brambleton, VA 20148
Last day of season: Nov 24th 2019
First day of Spring season: March 29th 2020
Brambleton Market Manager
Fire Marshall Regulations
1. Any vendor cooking under his/her tent (even samples), MUST display (have out in the open) a working and up-to-date Fire Extinguisher. Any vendor cooking food or samples NOT displaying a Fire Extinguisher, will not be allowed to cook at the market.
2. The Fire Marshal has insisted that any cooking at the market be done OUTSIDE your tent (prevents grease buildup under the tent than can cause a fire). This trumps anything contrary you have heard from the Health Department. However, the Health Dept. does require your FOOD be stored UNDER the tent (away from bird droppings, etc).
3. Any vendor that is cooking under his/her tent, MUST display a NO SMOKING SIGN. These can be purchased at Home Depot or Amazon. Any vendor not displaying a NO SMOKING SIGN, will be asked to leave the market.