A. Terms and Conditions of Sales
1. All persons desiring to sell items at the Hales Corners Village Market (HCVM) must submit a completed application, inventory List, and appropriate permits or license forms. By signing the application, each vendor is indicating that they have read, understand, and agree to abide by the rules. 2.All persons submitting an application must provide a list of items to be sold at the HCVM. The submitted inventory List will be examined at the time of application review and must be approved by the Hales Corners Village Market Committee (HCVMC 3.In the event that a vendor would like to modify his/her/its list, an amended inventory List must be submitted to the Hales Corners Village Market Committee for approval. New items identified on the amended inventory list may not be sold prior to approval. 4. Only locally grown or produced items that meet all applicable federal, state, and local rules and regulations and approved by the (HCVMC) may be offered for sale, as well as items by vendors who currently operate a brick and mortar business with like product(s Selling product not locally grown and/or crafted may result in expulsion from the market. Exceptions to the locally grown rule include local businesses of coffee, bakery and those others deemed acceptable by the HCVMC. By signing the application you agree to a location inspection conducted at the committee's discretion. 5. Vendors are required to give legal description, address or other information to sufficiently identify the area or areas where their crops or products are grown or produced. Vendors sharing production areas may not rent stalls other than in the names of all partners sharing those production areas. Failure to provide this information may be cause to deny rental of stall space. 6.Farmer grown and produced shall mean all pruning, spraying, fertilizing, and harvesting is undertaken by the farmer, members of the farmer's household, or persons directly employed and paid by the farmer. This may include items grown on land under written lease or license, provided that the farmer who leased or licensed the land undertakes all of the above activities. 7.All produce and food sold at the market must be displayed and sold in a manner which prevents contamination. 8.All vendors who use a scale must have proof via a current seal or certification. All scale use must comply with regulations as determined by The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (WDATCP) Office of Weights and Measures. 9.Processed foods produced by the contract holder and prepared under proper conditions, may be sold by producers would be subject to review of the Hales Corners Health Department. 10. Only products certified as organic may be labeled "organic." Certification must be proven and kept on file for organic vendors. 11. All labeling laws with appropriate terminology for products must be followed. 12. All processed foods must comply with the requirements set forth by federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and rules. 13. Items must be sold in compliance with WDATCP administrative code Ch 90-91. 14. The fee for the 2023 Hales Corners Village Market is based according to the following fee structure (per stall space):
A) EARLY BIRD PRICING Application, approval and payment by March 1st, 2023 $190.00 full season $100.00 half season
B) REGULAR PRICING-Application, approval, and payment by May 15th, 2023 $250.00 full season $160.00 half season
B. Prices and Signs 1. Prices for all items for sale shall be posted clearly on a sign. No item shall be sold unless the price of the items are clearly displayed. 2. Prices for items shall be established only by individual vendors. 3. Collusion among vendors to raise or lower prices or exert pressure or persuasion to cause any vendor to increase or decrease selling prices is prohibited. 4. Each vendor must post the farm or business name and location as well as items being sold at his/her/its assigned selling area in the market.