Selling food - fundraising
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You may only sell food at a market, event, food stall, internet or general fundraising sales if you have a licence issued by Gisborne District Council.
Forms for food fundraising
Food stalls at events and festivals, internet sales, general fundraising sales, hangi, sausage sizzle, cakes, fresh fruit and vegetable produce.
Note: The writable PDFs must be saved to your computer first before you fill it in and email or print it.
Selling food for fundraising
Find out the regulations you need to comply with if you're making or selling food for fundraising, at occasional events like markets and fairs, or serving food.
For information on food safety, selling food visit MPI's website(external link)
Gisborne Farmers Market food stall
To sell food at the Gisborne Farmers' Market you need to talk to our environmental health staff and obtain a certificate of registration. Requirements under the Food Hygiene regulations will also need to be met.
Organising an event
If you're the organiser of an event, you need to apply for consent.
Here's the information on organising an event