A. FARMERS & FRESH FARM PRODUCTS:
Persons who sell products they have grown themselves. This would include products such as fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, plants, flowers, honey, dairy products, eggs, poultry, mushrooms, meats, fish, and shellfish. Also included are fresh-cut flowers, nursery stock, plants, and foraged items such as wild herbs or mushrooms. All fresh farm products must be grown or produced within 200 air miles of Downtown Coeur d’Alene and grown, produced, or foraged by the farmer/vendor selling them. All dairy, eggs, poultry, honey, meats, fish, and shellfish must have the proper permits and licenses as required by the ISDA and Panhandle Health District.
B. ARTISAN FOODS:
Vendors who sell food products that they have personally prepared and significantly changed the form or value but did not grow or raise the ingredients themselves. Items would include baked goods, preserved foods, bread, pasta, jam, spreads, cider, beer, wine, syrups, salsas, smoked or canned meats or fish, dried fruit, flours, condiments, and oils. Artisan foods must be made from raw ingredients. The vendor must have taken part in personally baking, canning or preserving the items in a permitted facility. Artisan Food Vendors are required to provide liability insurance.
C. ARTISAN CRAFTERS:
Vendors offering quality art and craft items made by them personally. Slightly altered products do not qualify. Items such as dried bouquets/flowers, wreaths, woven wood baskets, gourds and hand crafted art such as pottery or paintings would be included.
Non-profit groups seeking an opportunity to provide the community with an experience or information that is relevant to the 5th Street Farmers Market’s mission.
E. DOWNTOWN STOREFRONT:
Storefronts within the business improvement district (BID) such as bakeries, breweries, wineries, boutiques or restaurants. Businesses must be in good standing with the BID.