1. Drives new customers to your farmers market

  2. Increases vendor profitability

  3. Gives your market a new revenue stream

How profit sharing works: 

We have created a Win/Win/Win situation for Farmers, Farmers markets & Consumers.  The details are below or if you just want to ask questions call me 806-680-2815.

How:   We generate income from our farm to table mobile app and we share the profits with farmers market managers that help us spread the word about our app to farmers & farmers market customers.  Then we send app customers to your market to pick-up the local-food they buy through the app. 

Why:  Because we love local food, and farmers markets, and we want to support the people at the heart the local food movement… and because without farmers to supply food for sale people won’t use the app.

What does the app do?   The app creates a mobile market that lets your vendors take pre-orders when the market is closed and then meet customer at the market to give them what they bought; then those customers can checkout other vendors at the market.

Where does the $$ come from?  Buyers pay a 20% fee to complete a purchase in the app.  Out of that fee the company pays credit card charges; you get 25% of what is left.  Some people think 20% is a lot but compared to retail prices we are almost always cheaper. 

When can I get started?   Today.  Fill out the form below and we will use that info to start setting up your profit sharing profile.  Then we will call, text or email you to finish the process and confirm the referral code you want to use.  We never see your bank info - you set that up later.

Who does this help?  

Venders get a 100% free sales platform.  

Your community get more people at the market. 

Buyers get convenience & the ability to pre-order products for later pick-up.

You get paid for bringing it all together.

More questions?  No problem, check out our FAQ below or call 806-680-2815
If you don't want to talk, then text me, if you don't want to text then send me an email or use the form below. It only takes about 7 min to set up your profit sharing. 
email: tracy@farmcomm.org

Frequently asked questions

What's the catch, What do you get out of this?

No catch, we belive win/win arrangements are the best way to do business. We are on the same team, we are all trying to get people to grow & buy more food locally. We invest in you and you support your growers who support the customers who get better quality products than they can buy retail, plus they get connect to their food source. It's a beautiful thing. We get a customer, a supplier & a local advocate. We would have to spend money on marketing & advertising to find those partners if you didn't help us. We would rather pay you than an advertising firm.

How much money can I really make?

The amount you make depends on how many transactions happen through the app and the amount of each transaction. If you want to email us we can help you calculate the estimated commission per month for your market. Here are a few estimates of what you could earn: 20 vendors @ 1 sale each per week @ $20 per sale = $60/mo 25 vendors @ 2 sales each per week @ $10 per sale = $75/mo 40 vendors @ 2 sales each per week @ $15 per sale = $175/mo Keep in mind, farmers & local food producers you refer but dont come to your market still earn commissions for you. No territories, no limits.

Why do I need a referral code?

That is how we track commissions and which partners are most active so we know where to focus our market support plans.

I dont want to sell my vendors on this until I see it work. Do I have to sign up now?

No, you dont, go ahead and give the app a test drive. Getting your referal code is free so do that and then have a friend sign up as a grower with your referral code to test it. Have them post an item or two for sale and then you can buy that item. Test all you want, just keep in mind that if someone else signs up one of your vendors with their referral code while you are testing then that person will get the commissions from your vendor. If you have questions about getting set up as a seller you can call us or watch the videos in the resource section below.

I want a lot of details, do you have a big list of how the app functions work?

We sure do, please check out the resources section below. It's also very informative to just downlaod the app and start setting things up, its a very intuitive process.

Can I promote my market in the app?

Your market will be listed in the app and will show up in every search for a product that is sold at your market via the app. Plus, once our social sharing is rolled out farmers can link their farms to their social profiles which will draw more attention to your market as the pick-up location.

You can download the app first if you want, but to set up profit sharing you will need to the promo code "farmcomm" - call or write with any questions 
These videos will help you get started

1.  Get registered as a grower after you download the app

3.  Adding products to your profile and changing inventory

2.  Complete your grower profile after your registration is complete

4.  Adding products part-2, plus messaging with customers & searching the map

5.  Promotional video suitable for email or social media

We have designed a variety of resources to help you introduce the Vinder app to the growers & customers at your market.  You can request these by email after you get your referral code.
  • Emails
  • Flyers
  • Images
  • Logos
  • User Guides
  • Social Media Posts
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How the app works & related thoughts

General info: 

  • The app is available for both Android & Apple devices

  • The app is free to download and browse farmers & farmers markets

  • The app lets farmers/sellers sell direct to consumers 100% free of charge (they don’t even pay credit card fees)

  • There is one login for both sellers & buyers – If you want to sell then set up your store under your account tab, if you don’t want to sell you don’t have to.

  • All food items the grower can legally sell at a farmer’s market are fair game for the app – compliance responsibility is with the farmer

  • The app markets the seller by putting a pin on the map that links to a grower profile with all of their products available for sale.

  • Only growers/sellers with items active in inventory are shown on the map (so buyers don’t waste time browsing something they cant buy)

  • If you pinch in/out you can change map size and you will see more sellers from further away.  The map defaults to about 15-20 miles away from where the user is. 

  • As you travel Vinder will find new growers close to where you are.

  • When an order is placed the grower has the option to accept or decline the order, if the order is accepted the buyer will be notified that it has been accepted

  • All transactions are completed face to face to ensure quality & satisfaction + eliminate charge-backs or returns.  All sales through the app are final, the grower is free to do as they choose in the case of an unhappy customer

  • The buyer is not charged until the transaction is completed and the seller/grower indicates they have delivered the product.


  • There is a messaging feature in the app that activates once an order is accepted.  Messaging allows for communication between buyer/seller without disclosing personal info (name, phone #, email)


  • Parts of the country may not have many buyers yet.  We are focusing on finding growers first, once we have good coverage in a city/state we will begin marketing for buyers in that area to get the app.

  • The profit share does not change the price the buyer pays or the amount the seller pays – it comes from our marketing/advertising budget

  • There is only one tier of commissions for referrals (not multi-level), there are no limits on commissions & no territories (USA only for now).

  • Community matters.  Vinder Inc. has chosen to work with a network of organizations that support local food production and sustainable agriculture to spread the word about the Veggie Vinder app.   Instead of paying big advertising firms we share some of our profits with groups that help connect us with growers & sellers because we want to support their work too.  This does not add any cost to the buyer or the seller.  Please use the affiliate codes you are given when you set up your account, this helps us give back to communities & organizations that share our passion for local food production & that help us make this app available to you. ​​

  • The profit share does not change the price the buyer pays or the amount the seller pays – it comes from our marketing/advertising budget

  • There is only one tier of commissions for referrals (not multi-level), there are no limits on commissions & no territories (USA only for now).

  • After getting your referral code Market Managers need to set up a bank account or debut card for commissions to be paid to.  This information can be changed as needed

  • A web portal is being built to allow commissions and sales volume from your network to be tracked.  This and other improvements will be available near mid-year 2019.  

  • **It is the sellers responsibility to conform with all laws concerning the sale of home-made food items in your area, just like you do with other in-person sales.  If you have a non-legal question about what is OK to sell please feel free to contact us.  Please check local laws & requirements before posting to avoid potential problems.

From the sellers perspective:

  • Growers / sellers can list their growing methods & distinctions (raised beds, hydroponic, organic, etc) in their profile if they want to.

  • Inventory is counted down automatically and sold out items are removed from view, but not from your product list so you don’t have to re-post the item.

  • Inventory can be manually changed on the fly & Items can be manually moved in/out of stock with a few taps to accommodate selling both on the app and in-person.


  • Sellers get paid via Stripe CC processing in about 2 days direct to their bank or debit card


  • When an order is placed the grower has the option to accept or decline the order


  • When sellers open the app they see the same thing buyers do.

  • To add items for sale tap the plus sign in the bottom middle of the screen.  Take a picture, add a short description, set your price, set your inventory level for how many are available via the app and save.  **If you are selling both in person & via the app at the same time, we recommend setting aside a certain amount of product to sell via the app so you don’t have to adjust inventory when you sell products in person.


  • When someone places an order for your products you will get a message in the app giving you the details of the order.  You can then either confirm the order as is or message the customer through the app if you need to change anything.


  • When you confirm the order your in-app inventory levels will be adjusted and the customer will be notified that their order has been confirmed.  A button to for them to complete the transaction will become available.


  • You can let orders pile up as the week goes on and then do all of your deliveries/pickups at once or you can fill one order at a time, depending on the pick-up/delivery options you set up in the app. **If you are going to accept pre-orders make sure to confirm the orders as they come in and communicate with your customers, so you are both on the same page.If you don’t confirm the orders the customer may think you refused the order and buy from another producer.

  • In the order history you will have a record for you to enter into your accounting system.  Future versions of the app will have integrations with accounting software.

From the buyers perspective:

  • When customers open the app, it shows them a map of growers in their local area as well as the items available from growers nearby

  • As the user/buyer travels, the app finds new growers close to their current GPS location. 

  • Prices including the fee still end up being less than retail almost every time. 

  • The buyer is not charged until the transaction is completed and the seller/grower indicates they have delivered the product.

  • If you order from multiple sellers and choose 'delivery' you will have multiple delivery fees

  • Customers can either tap on a farm’s map pin to see what that farm sells or use the search bar to find the products they want.  With local products showing up first on the list. 

  • When you search for products, items from your local area are listed first, then products from further away are listed.  Make sure when you ​click on a product it is from someone in your area.  

  • When the customer finds what they want they tap add to cart and select the amount to buy.  When they are done shopping, they select either pickup or delivery.  ​If delivery is chosen the customer enters their delivery address, then submits the order.  If a delivery fee is charged by the grower it will be shown.   ​**If delivery is chosen the delivery address must be entered before the order can be submitted.


  • Submitting the order sends a message to both the grower & the seller.  Tapping on the message opens an order detail as well as a chat window so the customer and the grower can discuss details if needed after the order has been submitted.

  • Very few buyers have had complaints about the fee because it makes sure they get the produce they want at their convenience instead of risking the farmer being sold out or settling for big box store quality.  Feedback has been that most items on Vinder cost less than grocery stores carying comparable items