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Highland Park New Jersey’s Farmers Market Sells Jersey Fresh Produce Locally

Highland Park New Jersey’s Farmers Market brings Jersey Fresh produce to its local community

The Highland Park Farmers Market, returns to Highland Park NJ with a wide array of Jersey Fresh Produce. From the finest fruits to the most vibrant vegetables, the market promises a celebration of locally grown, farm-fresh goodness, it is a must-visit destination for all food enthusiasts.

The Highland Park Farmers Market will be open every Friday between 11:00 AM and 5:30 PM from now until mid-December, at the pavilion near 212 Raritan Avenue, Highland Park, NJ 08904.

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The Market brings the authentic flavors that only locally grown fruits and vegetables can deliver to the community. From tomatoes picked at the peak of ripeness to juicy peaches that embody the essence of summer. It is a testament to the town’s commitment to supporting local agriculture and fostering a resilient community.

The Highland Park Farmers Market is not just a place to shop; it’s an experience that brings the community together. It allows visitors to engage directly with the farmers and producers, fostering a deeper connection to the food they consume. Learning about the cultivation methods and the care that goes into each crop enhances the appreciation of the produce and the hard work of local farmers.

Locally grown Jersey Fresh Produce isn’t just delicious; it also promotes a healthy lifestyle. Packed with essential vitamins and nutrients, these farm-fresh offerings are a perfect addition to any balanced diet. Moreover, choosing local produce reduces the carbon footprint, supporting a sustainable environment and reducing food miles.

The Highland Park Farmers Market is a member of the New Jersey Council of Farmers & Communities (NJCFC). By shopping at the market, residents contribute to the growth of local businesses and the economic prosperity of Highland Park and New Jersey’s local produce industry.

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New Jersey Council of Farmers and Communities (NJCFC)

168 W State St.

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