What is a Cottage Food Permit?
The cottage food permit is a special permit from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture that allows for certain smaller businesses to sell food products. More information about it can be found on the Minnesota Department of Agriculture website.
What are all of the sponsor benefits?
Linked listing on the front of our website, choice of location, and paid social media promotion to our 13K followers for Silver sponsors and above. See a full listing here. If you have any questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org
When is the registration deadline?
The final day to sign up for Twin Cities Veg Fest 2023 is 11:59pm on August 8
What if something happens after I register and I can’t come?
You may cancel your registration and get a full refund of your exhibitor fee and deposit until Aug 8.
Between Aug 9 and Aug 31 we will provide a 50% refund if you need to cancel and return or destroy your deposit.
Cancellations after Aug 31 are non-refundable. We will return or destroy your deposit.
Can there be animal products on my menu or in what I distribute?
No, as per the Twin Cities Veg Fest Food Vendor Guidelines, no foods containing animal products are allowed to be displayed, promoted, or sold on signage or menus at the festival.
What if there’s bad weather?
Twin Cities Veg Fest will continue rain or shine! In the event of severe weather or emergency, park staff and event organizers will be in communication.