Is my Special Event Food License valid at farmers markets?

A “Special Food Event” is defined as a single community event or celebration that operates for a period of time of not more than fourteen (14) consecutive days and may include town celebrations, fairs, and festivals. Regularly scheduled series of events such as farmers markets, sporting events, and flea markets are specifically excluded. Therefore, a Temporary Event Retail Food Establishment License is not valid at a farmers market.

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1. Is my Special Event Food License valid at farmers markets?
2. How long is my Special Event License good for?
3. Can I operate my Special Event food booth from my home?
4. What is a commissary, and why do I need one?
5. What is the difference between a Mobile Retail Food Establishment License and a Special Event Food License?
6. Why must the operators of fixed, licensed, retail food establishments obtain an additional Retail Food Establishment License to participate in Special Events?
7. How much is a Special Event Food License?
8. When do vendor applications need to be submitted?
9. When should the Special Event Coordinator Applications be submitted?
10. Do I need a license to roast and sell chilies?
11. Do I need a Special Event Food License if I have a licensed mobile food truck, trailer, or push cart?