The Trinidad Community Farmers Market provides a marketplace where fresh and wholesome products are sold.
Products that can be sold at the Market include: vegetables, fruits, berries, nuts, flowers, plants, honey, meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products.
Seventy – five percent of the products sold must be grown, raised produced, or gathered by the vendor in the State of Colorado or in Counties bordering the State.
On occasion, the Market will allow resale of produce not grown by the Vendor. For example: seasonal fruit. Resale produce must be clearly marked as such.
The Market accepts certain value added items which are grown and/or made by the vendor, such as baked goods, coffee, preserves, cheese, sausage and smoked meat.
All processed food must be appropriately labeled with the name, ingredients, net weight, price, vendor’s name and address. The Cottage Food Act applies to these items.
We encourage sampling of your products to our shoppers!