13. Furniture details and schedules vary from market to market, please check with Market Manager or the website. The way Farmers Markets recruits stand operators in Kent is very diverse, can talk about local knowledge, discussions with other market managers or simply by visiting other markets to talk to booth operators. We can contribute in different ways, for example. B in the section on potential stable owners (i.e. stable owners who have informed us that they want to negotiate in other markets). We plan to work with the Plunkett Foundation, as we can improve as part of a more comprehensive “market management toolkit” for managers. 32. Power is not made available on market day unless it is agreed in advance with the Cambridge markets. Hot/cold food stalls that require electricity must inform Cambridge markets before complying with Australian AS3760 safety standards. 33.
By checking the box that accepts the terms of the application form (signing in some cases), all suppliers confirm that they have taken into account the health and safety of the workplace with respect to the use of electricity on the market. 11. Cambridge Markets reserves the right to move the position of each state. Local is 48 km from the market. The priority would be to support Kent-based producers where possible. Exceptions should be considered on an individual basis, for example. B if a local manufacturer of the product cannot replace a distance of 50 miles, stable owners who have made a long-term commitment to the market but who do not fully comply with these agreements may be favoured. 38. Suppliers accept Cambridge Markets with its email address and telephone number. All photos provided by the stable owners and/or their social media images and/or photos taken on the markets are granted. Once the sellers had been informed of their successful application, they would have indicated their consent to these terms and conditions by their AGB-Box already checked on the online application form or by signing the printed and perehinaus form at Cambridge Markets, as well as by payment. This then guarantees their place in the corresponding cambridge markets.
Participation in one of our markets also confirms the acceptance of the terms and conditions by the sellers. All secondary products must be brewed, cooked, cooked, cooked, smoked or processed in Kent, East or West Sussex or Surrey [except in exceptional circumstances at point 1]. All processed foods and beverages should contain as many local ingredients as practically, which should be purchased from sources that will maximize the yields of local farmers. For example, agricultural markets or farm shops. All eggs used in processed products must be outdoors or similar. 22. Unused generators are permitted.23. It is forbidden to sell alcohol on the market. All foods must meet all relevant regulatory standards, such as. B the HACCP rules of the Standard Food Agency and traceability. Manufacturing, packaging, display and handling must comply with local environmental organisation regulations.