What rules are there for selling food on Car Boot sales or farmers markets?

We want to sell homemade brownies, scones, jams, etc at a car boot sale. Is this ok to do or do we need to follow any particular guidelines, etc?? Do you need a permit to do this? Can you also sell hot food?

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One Response to “What rules are there for selling food on Car Boot sales or farmers markets?”

  1. Dr says:

    It’s OK, as long as the organisers agree to what you are doing (some car boot sales don’t like refreshment stalls – but these tend to be the organisers who sell food at their own outlets. They don’t like the competition!).

    Certainly for a Farmers’ Market, I would look into obtaining a Food Hygiene Certificate (from your local College) and seek approval/guidance from Environmental Health. Environmental Health can be contacted through your local Council.

    Hope all goes well for you and this advice was helpful!

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