The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) requires food vendors who participate in agricultural markets to obtain a food market permit. This ensures that all vendors are following health and safety regulations, as well as protecting consumers from any potential health risks associated with consuming food from unlicensed vendors. The market takes place in Magli Green Park, in the Westhaven neighborhood of Franklin, on Front Street. It's an exclusive farmer's market offering everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to vegan baked goods.
There are lots of returning favorites, plus new sellers with new items to try. The NFM board of directors is proud to bring fresh local food to Nolensville and, at the same time, to support local farmers and artisans. Located in the center of Berry Farms, at the intersection of Lewisburg Pike and Goose Creek Bypass, this market offers a wide variety of fresh and local produce, meat, dairy, baked goods, and more. So how many vendors typically attend the Williamson County farmers market? The exact number varies from week to week, but there are usually between 10-20 vendors present. This number can increase during peak season when more farmers are able to bring their produce to the market. The WCCHD requires all food vendors who participate in agricultural markets to obtain a permit to establish food markets. This helps ensure that all vendors are following health and safety regulations and protects consumers from any potential health risks associated with consuming food from unlicensed vendors.