Raw Agricultural Products

Oregon Farm Direct Marketing Rules adopted under OAR 603-025-0215 thru 603-025-0275, exempts farm direct marketers from ODA licensing that sell agricultural products that they grow. All sales must be directly to the end retail consumer, though consignment sales of some products is allowed.

Exempt products include:

  • Fruits, vegetables, edible flowers, and herbs that are fresh, cured, or dried as part of routine post-harvest handling

  • Dried or cured fruits, vegetables, edible flowers, herbs or blends of herbs, and herbal tea for which drying or curing is not part of routine post-harvest handling

  • Olive oil

  • Shelled and unshelled nuts

  • Shell eggs (see Oregon Farm Direct Marketing: Selling Eggs)

  • Honey with no additives

  • Uncooked whole, hulled, crushed or ground grain, legumes, and seeds

  • Uncooked, parched, or roasted grains

  • Popcorn, nuts, peppers and corn on the cob that are roasted by the farm direct marketer at the

    place of purchase after purchase and not sold for immediate consumption

  • Maple tree and black walnut tree syrup

ODA Farm Direct Marketing, Agriculture Products - A fact sheet to learn more about these exempt products and consignment options.

Farm Direct Bill FAQ - (Does not include 2023 updates) Get your questions answered here about the Farm Direct Marketing Administrative Rules under OAR 603-025-0215 through OAR 603-025-0275