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News updated 04/30/2017
The Antigo Farmers Market is looking for a vendor selling breads and other baked goods. Look here for more detailed information.
The 2017 Vendor Application Package is now available.
Next Board meeting
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 6 pm

Meeting is at the Antigo Public Library

Minutes of March 2017

The Antigo Farmers Market will be moving
to its new location in Spring 2017.
With the assistance of the City of Antigo, the market will make its new home at Peaceful Valley Park. The market is located at at Peaceful Valley Park, 420 Field St. Antigo, WI 54409, 1 block east of Hwy 45 between 6th and 7th Ave. There is a playground nearby as well as bathroom facilities and ample, convenient parking.

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The Antigo Farmers Market encourages our customers to use reusable shopping bags. With the help of our Webmaster and a generous donation from Aspirus Hospital and Covantage Credit Union we are able to offer 100% cotton market bags at reasonable prices and a free bag with an annual $ 10 membership.

Hayley Zaverousky
will be our market manager for 2017

Sarah Ellis
joined the AFM board of directors in November 2016
for a 2-year term.
Egg sales
Egg sales at farmers markets no longer require a food processing plant license for small scale producers, but certain guidelines must still be observed.
Read more …
Wisconsin “Cookie” Bill.
Unfortunately, it is still stuck in the legislature. We will keep you posted on any further developments.. Read more…
The Antigo Farmers Market and the Antigo Area Community Food Pantry have joined in a successful program to provide fresh produce for clients of the Food Pantry.
Wisconsin Farmers Market Association
As of January 28, 2011, Wisconsin has joined its neighbors Michigan and Minnesota in having formed a state-wide farmers market association.
Wisconsin "Pickle Bill" Legislation Passes
Vendors are now allowed to sell processed jams, jellies, fermented and acidified foods that have a pH of 4.6 or below WITHOUT a license from the WDATCP, provided that the following rules are observed…
Read more…

For Information about Licensing and Food Safety Regulations call: Department Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection

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