(a)   It shall be unlawful for any person to display or offer for sale in a Farmers’ Market any produce, dairy, meat, or eggs purchased directly or indirectly from any other person or a product not produced upon land either owned or leased by himself.
   (b)   A Farmers’ Market is limited to the sale of food and food products with the exception of plants and flowers Incidental services may be offered where the vendor is participating as a “producer” as defined in this chapter.
   (c)   Every vendor must acquire all necessary licenses and must be in full compliance with all applicable federal, state, county and local health codes.
(Ord. 20-09.  Passed 5-4-2009.)