RIVER EDGE, N.J. -- The River Edge Mayor and Council recently passed an ordinance establishing a committee to oversee the popular farmer's market in town, reports northjersey.com.
The committee will meet four times a year and choose a manager to oversee market, reports northjersey.com.
Fees will be collected for all applicants and anyone preparing and handling food that will be sold to the public needs a special certification, reports northjersey.com.
Certification isn't necessary when when selling pre-packaged and pre-wrapped food, reports northjersey.com.
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