Galloway Green Market 2020

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Historic Smithville - Village Greene

615 E Moss Mill Rd

Smithville, NJ 08205

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The 2020 season of the Galloway Green Market will be held at the Historic Smithville Village Greene, 615 E. Moss Mill Road, Smithville NJ 08205 on Thursday evenings, 4pm-7pm from Thursday, June 25 - Thursday, September 3rd.

Vendors: Our core vendors are farmers, primary food producers and select prepared food and artisan vendors. They farm, fish, grow flowers and horticultural plants,raise livestock, keep bees or raise chickens. Artists and artisans such as bakers, producers of preserves, chutneys, or nut butters etc., can apply to be vendors. We also have spaces for a select few artisan vendors/crafters (jewelers, potters, etc.) who have juried products.

Vendor Type and Pricing:

Full Season - all 11 dates - $180 if paid in full by May 1, $200 after that

Crafters - 3 dates for $30 - you select your preferred dates - the committee will work with you to ensure no duplicate product will be sold on the same date

Pop-up - We will have spaces available for a rotating roster of pop-up vendors who commit to and prepay for 1 or more market dates. $25 per date

Non-Profit - we have free spaces for local non-profits - you can choose to table for 1 or 2 dates.

All Vendors are selected by a Committee to ensure a match to the goals and objectives of the market. To apply, click on the REGISTER at the top of this page.


Legal Requirements. All vendors must be licensed businesses covered by substantial business liability insurance (minimum $1,000,000) and naming Go Green Galloway, Inc. and Historic Smithville Village Greene as additional insureds. All foods must be prepared in licensed commercial kitchens (which can never be your home kitchen). Food businesses must receive Mobile Vendor licenses from the Atlantic County Board of Health, which will also inspect all vendor kitchens.

If you have a compatible product and can meet the legal requirements, we’d be delighted to consider you for inclusion in the Galloway Green Market. An application is attached.No fee is required to apply. We will acknowledge all applications and notify you of the Committee’s decision as soon as possible.


The Galloway Green Market is not a venue for reselling produce or products. There are two categories of vendors:

1. Agricultural Vendors: Local farmers that produce and/or grow fruit, vegetables, plants (starts, annuals, perennials, herbs) cut flowers, dairy products, farm raised meat, seafood, and eggs; and value added products such as jams, jellies, salsa, honey, etc. from one or more of the above-referenced items. This list is not intended to be exhaustive. Agricultural products not on this list may be sold with approval of the Green Market Committee. If the vendor also operates as a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm, share pickup at the market is allowed.

2. Food Vendors: Food Vendors must take an active part in making/baking the majority of the items they plan to sell. Products sold by food vendors include items for onsite and offsite consumption including baked goods, coffee, refreshments, and value added products such as jams, jellies, salsa, honey, etc. This list is not intended to be exhaustive. Food products not on this list may be sold with approval of the Green Market Committee. Foods must be kept cold and fresh while at the market. Vendors selling prepared foods shall prepare and serve foods in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and local health regulations. All foods and beverages sold or used in food preparation shall be first quality and conform in all respects to Federal, State and local food and other laws, ordinances and regulations.

There are additional opportunities for juried craft vendors such as potters, quilters and jewelry artisans, Market entertainment, a Local Galloway Business Spotlight, Community Organizations and Chef/Cooking demonstrations. The number of vendors shall be determined at the sole discretion of the Market.

  • At this time, access to electricity will NOT be provided by the Galloway Green Market.

  • Vendors must provide their own tents, tables, chairs and approved tent weights

APPLICATION These requirements are intended to be open and non-restrictive for the purpose of obtaining adequate participation of interested vendors and uniformity inthe submission of applications. The Green Market Committee is the sole judge concerning the merits of all applications submitted.

All potential vendors must submit an application. The deadline for full season vendors is Friday, April 5, 2019. Pop-up applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Requirements: Upon acceptance, all vendors shall submit

(1) Proof of business liability insurance (minimum $1,000,000), naming Go Green Galloway, Inc. and Village Greene at Smithville LLC as additional insureds;

(2) If a prepared food vendor, the requisite health department permits and required forms;

(3) the applicable fee, paid in full.

Failure to provide these items shall be cause for rejection of application. The Market Committee may add to the vendor roster at any time as space permits. Vendors are selected at the discretion of the Market Committee. All applications will be kept for reference should it be determined that the Market would benefit by the addition of vendors.

SUSTAINABILITY POLICY: The Galloway Green Market encourages “eco-friendly” and “reusable” rather than “disposable” materials in the following ways:

·The market is “single-use plastic bag-free.” No single-use plastic bags will be permitted at the market. The only exception will be for fish/seafood and meat vendors that package their product on ice.

·The market discourages the sale or distribution of plastic water bottles, plastic cups, and Styrofoam cups, plates, and take-out containers; plastic utensils (forks,knives, spoons) and plastic straws. Alternatives include: biodegradable, corn-based utensils, wooden popsicle sticks, recyclable paper utensils and paper and/or bamboo straws. Our collective pursuit of sustainable practices will encourage our customers to develop good habits like using reusable bags, coolers, canteens, and flatware.

This inherently reduces waste and minimizes our carbon footprint, giving small changes a chance to make a BIG difference!

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615 E Moss Mill Rd

Smithville, NJ 08205

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