I want to sell raw meat at a farmer's market. Are there any special requirements?
To be sold at a farmer’s market beef, pork, chicken, and other meats must have each package of meat labeled with information that includes a mark of inspection from either the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) or Missouri Department of Agriculture (MDA). Meat labeled “not for sale” may not be sold at a farmer’s market. Products must be maintained at proper temperatures. Vendors should check with their local health department for additional requirements.