The Boston Public Market (BPM) is always recruiting great local businesses that grow, raise, catch, or produce products in Massachusetts and New England. If you are interested in opportunities at the Boston Public Market, we encourage you to review the options below as well as the About Being a Vendor page.
Full-time vendors at the Boston Public Market lease a space for at least one year and maintain the full operating hours of the market. Businesses interested in a stall should review the following resources, found below.
a) Vendor Forum Presentation
b) Proforma Considerations
c) Responses to Vendor Forum & RFV Questions
d) Vendor Application Form
Basic Application Process
While most of the space in the Public Market is reserved for permanent vendors, limited short-term opportunities exist. Preference will be given to growers and producers with a limited growing season, those testing a new or limited-run product, and/or those offering products that complement the existing product mix of the Market. Vendors have the option to occupy a stall for a one-week time period or a one-month time period. Vendors interested in the short-term option should complete the Intent to Apply form on this page and choose “Short-Term Vendor” to receive additional information.
The Boston Public Market runs two seasonal farmers markets each year along the Rose Kennedy Greenway. This is a good option for vendors that do not have the capacity/ability to commit to a full time presence at the Market. Vendors interested in selling at our outdoor farmers markets should complete the Intent to Apply form on this page and choose “Farmers Markets” to receive additional information.