Farms, Farmers Markets & CSAs

Farms

Alstede Farms
Asbury Fresh
Blue Moon Acres
Beechtree Farm
Cherry Grove Farm
Cranbury Farmers Market
Griggstown Quail Farm
Kerr’s Kornstand
Montgomery Friends Farmers’ Market
Pennington Farmers Market
Pure Indian Foods
Sweet Sourland Farms
Terhune Orchards
Valley Shepherd Creamery
West Farm

Farmers Markets

East Brunswick Farmers Market

Forrestal Village Farmers Market

Jamesburg Farmers Market

Montgomery Friends Farmers Market

New Brunswick Community Farmers Market

Pennington Farmers Market

Princeton Farmer’s Market

Rutgers Farmers Market

West Windsor Community Farmers Market

Woodbridge Farmers Market

 

CSA’s

Chickadee Creek Farm
Cherry Grove Organic Farm
Honey Brook Organic Farm
Matawan CSA-Starbrite Farms
Student Sustainable Farm as Rutgers
Von Thuns Farms  (IPM)

 

Organizations

American Farmland Trust
Jersey Fresh Middlesex County
Northeast Organic Farmers Association

Grow Your Own

The Front Yard Farmer

6 thoughts on “Farms, Farmers Markets & CSAs

  1. We Bring You The Freshest Fruits and Vegetables Every Saturday.

    Asbury Fresh provides the best fruits and vegetables, artisan baked goods, and crafts to residents of Asbury Park, NJ and it’s surrounding areas every Saturday from 9AM-1PM.

    The market is open for business now through mid November but vending opportunities are still available.

  2. I am new to fresh and organic eating in New Jersey but I am struggling to find the best sources of fresh, organic, and non-GMO food in the winter since all of the farmers markets seem to be closed. I am beginning to understand that the stores labeled farmers markets are not necessarily Jersey farmers. What can I do in the winter besides going to the co-op in New Brunswick or driving all the way to Princeton? I live in Sayreville about 30 to 40 minutes away from Princeton. Any advice? Thank you

    • It is difficult to source local non-gmo foods in the wintertime but there are ways. As you already know we need to drive pretty far for our food now. I personally drive to Whole Foods every Saturday morning then pick up more groceries from Your Family Cow. Other than this the most that I can offer is the NOFA-NJ Farm and Food Guide to help you during the growing season.

      I also know that there may be a few vendors such as Beechtree Grassfed Meats that will have some meats at the Rutgers Gardens farmers market on Fridays. Although they ended the market for the season they may still be there. If not I would take a ride out to the farm to buy their products. Let me know if you want more information on this.

      If you are on Facebook, follow the East Brunswick Buy Fresh Buy Local page for updates on our farmers markets which will begin in March. We are still settling a few things with the schedule but it should be up soon.
      https://www.facebook.com/groups/294569930652059

      Here is the NOFA-NJ Farm and Food Guide. I think you will like it: http://www.nofanj.org/fandfguide_2013.htm

      Let me know if there is any other way I can help.

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