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Food stalls and fundraising

How to register a food stall

Depending on the type of stall, you can apply to register under:

To find out which plan suits your food stall, see the Ministry for Primary Industries' My Food Rules tool.

To register a food stall, you need to complete the forms to register a food business. See Apply for food registration.

If your food stall is selling food to raise money and is in a public place, you need to apply for a fundraising licence

​Fundraising stalls on private land don't need to register

Food stalls that sell food to raise money for charitable, philanthropic or cultural purposes, for up to 20 occasions a year on private land do not need to register.

If your food stall is selling food to raise money and is in a public place, you need to apply for street trading approval.


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