One who sells foods that they have personally prepared or processed on property that they own, lease, or rent in the
State of Washington. Processors are persons offering fresh food products (such as meats, seafood, ciders, wines,
baked goods, jams, nuts, etc.) that have added value to their product through some sort of “hands-on” processing
(e.g., hand-filleted fish, smoked or butchered meats, handmade candies/nuts, etc.), but have not raised the
ingredients themselves. All Processors must meet all Federal, State, County and local Health Department
requirements. All appropriate permits and licenses must be submitted and filed with the Market Manager. Processors
must produce their products in Washington State only. Processed food producers should use ingredients from
Washington State farms or waters as much as possible.
• SEAFOOD'S: In the case of seafood vendors, the product must originate from the greater Pacific Northwest, which includes Washington, Oregon,
Alaska and British Columbia.
• ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Alcoholic beverages must be made entirely from ingredients grown in Washington, or from grapes grown in a recognized
Washington appellation, except for certain additives required for processing, but which cannot be produced in the State of Washington, not amounting to
more than 5% of the total volume of the beverage.