OFM wants YOU to become our next new vendor!

If you live within a 75 mile radius of Orofino and grow or produce items yourself in your home, garden, or farm, we would love to have you join us. Every vendor must comply with OFM rules, collect and remit state sales tax, and comply with Idaho Health Department and Idaho State Department of Agriculture rules as outlined in the OFM Vendor Application, Rules, and Information Handbook.

Please note that we do not allow reselling of products (produce, commercially-made items, etc.) unless they are in some way value-added or unique to the market, by permission only and on a limited basis

Vendor Handbook and Resources

OFM Vendor Application, Rules, and Information Handbook: Download

Cottage Foods: If you plan to sell food or food products that are classified a Cottage Food, you must fill out and have approved a Cottage Foods Assessment form Cottage Foods Assessment Form

See also:
Cottage Foods Fact Sheet PDF
Cottage Foods FAQ PDF

For selling of any foods other than Cottage Foods which would require testing or certification, see http://healthandwelfare.idaho.gov/Health/FoodProtection/tabid/96/Default.aspx
or contact:

Clearwater County Health Inspector
103 115th St.
Orofino, ID 83544
phone 208-476-7850

State Sales Tax Form ST-124 will be available at market when you first sign up. For ID State Department of Agriculture requirements, see OFM Vendor Handbook for a listing of certain ISDA regulations or https://agri.idaho.gov/main/licenses/ for more information.