New Jersey Department of Agriculture Kicks Off 40th Jersey Fresh Season

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Edward D. Wengryn and other state and local officials today kicked off the 40th Anniversary of Jersey Fresh with a visit to Consalo Family Farms, which grows and packages locally grown produce and other farm products now appearing in farmers markets and stores around the state.

Jersey Fresh Shore Promotion to Feature Free Blueberries

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture will highlight National Blueberry Month on Monday afternoon, July 10, with special visits to the shore towns of Wildwood, Atlantic City and Seaside Heights where NJDA marketing staff will be on hand to distribute free Jersey Fresh blueberries to beachgoers.

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Highlights Jersey Fresh Peaches

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher visited Larchmont Farms in Salem County today to highlight the Jersey Fresh peach harvest. The visit took place as Larchmont Farms is beginning to harvest, pack, and ship peaches.

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Highlights Jersey Fresh Tomatoes

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher visited Viereck Farms in Gloucester County to highlight the Jersey Fresh tomato harvest and other local produce. The visit took place as Viereck Farms starts to harvest tomatoes, one of the several types of vegetables it grows.

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Kicks Off Jersey Fresh Season

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher and local officials kicked off the Jersey Fresh season by visiting Muth Family Farm, a USDA certified organic operation in Gloucester County, which is currently harvesting asparagus, strawberries, spinach, and other greens. Jersey Fresh items are now appearing in farmers markets and stores around the state.