Seasonal Farmers Market Producer Sampling License (Maryland SB 199)

Food Safety and Handling | Public Policies

In October of 2010, in an effort to streamline the licensing and permit process for sampling products at Maryland farmers’ markets, SB 199 went into effect. This new regulation means that each county may establish one license, for one fee, for a certain duration of time (such as the market season) that a producer may obtain, valid for sampling the products they have produced.

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Published November 01, 2013 Publisher Website Link to Resource State & Local Policy

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