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MUELLER’S BAKERY | A full line retail bakery offering fresh, quality products made from scratch. Situated in a historic seaside town and offering top notch service. 80 Bridge Avenue, Bay Head, 732.892.0442.

SQUIRREL & THE BEE | A grainless bakeshop and café, Squirrel & the Bee features delicious gluten-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free and paleo products. 515 Millburn Avenue, Short Hills, 973.376.4888.


BOUNTY OF THE HUDSON | Join fifteen wineries of the Shawangunk Wine Trail and other top Hudson River Region wineries for this 21st annual wine & food festival hosted this year at Applewood Winery in Warwick. Saturday and Sunday, July 30 and 31, noon-5pm. 845.256.8456.

FRELINGHUYSEN ARBORETUM | The Frelinghuysen Arboretum’s 127 acres of beautiful gardens, plant collections and serene woodlands are a spectacular setting for this regional center for horticulture and education. 353 E. Hanover Ave, Morristown, 973.326.7601.

GO ELIZABETH NJ | Less than 15 miles from Manhattan with the Newark Liberty International Airport in its backyard, Elizabeth has plenty to offer in terms of history, amusement, dining, and lodging. Enjoy one of NJ’s most culturally-vibrant communities.

HACKETTSTOWN BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT | Promoting Hackettstown as a destination for dining, shopping and entertainment, this organization also strives to maintain a diversified business mix and assists new businesses in opening. 219 Main Street, Hackettstown, 908.850.5004.

NEW JERSEY STATE FAIR, SUSSEX COUNTY FARM & HORSE SHOW | An annual treat for all ages, the State Fair proudly showcases NJ agriculture, provides safe, family-friendly entertainment and educational activities. A great destination for food, rides and summer fun! August 5-14. 37 Plains Road, Augusta, NJ, 973.948.5500.

PALMER SQUARE | Located across from Princeton University, Palmer Square boasts a unique collection of shopping and dining right in the heart of downtown. Enjoy the area’s best at this enticing shopping enclave. 40 Nassau St, Princeton, 609.921.2333.

STREETS OF CHESTER/ DEAN’S | An outdoor shopping center featuring retailers such as Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and more. The newest addition to the SOC—Dean’s Natural Food Market—offers quality organic produce and all-natural groceries. 270 Route 206, Chester, 973.599.0050.

THE WETLANDS INSTITUTE | Open year round, the Wetlands Institute offers nature walks, an aquarium, a marsh boardwalk, kayak and back bay boat tours, and hands-on education programs, as well as a gift shop. 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd, Stone Harbor, 609.368.1211.


BLUE MOON ACRES | A 63- acre certified organic farm, Blue Moon focuses on sustainability and soil biology. The results: fresh delicious food. Visit their charming on-farm market for the freshest produce and other delectables. 11 Willow Creek Drive, Pennington, 609.737.8333.

BOBOLINK DAIRY & BAKEHOUSE | Renowned for farmstead cheeses crafted from the milk of grass fed herds, Jonathan and Nina White also produce artisanal breads. Visit to tour and buy, or shop online. 369 Stamets Road, Milford, 908.86.GRASS.

CHERRY GROVE FARM | Cherry Grove’s mission is to be a sustainable farm. Visit their farm store for farmstead cheeses, grass-fed beef and lamb, heirloom pork, eggs and more. 3200 Lawrenceville Road. (Route 206), Lawrenceville, 609.219.0053.

DUKE FARMS | Encompassing more than 2500 acres, Duke Farms is a leader in sustainable agriculture across the region. Visit us for recreation and education all year long. 1112 Dukes Parkway West, Hillsborough, 908.722-3700.

GRIGGSTOWN FARM | In 1975, George and Joan Rude started Griggstown Farm. Today, the farm raises and processes poultry right on the premises. Visit their farm market for superior quality poultry, pies, and prepared foods. 484 Bunker Hill Road, Princeton, 908.359.5218.

JERSEY FRESH | Want to learn which farms and roadside markets feature Jersey Fresh produce? Looking for Jersey Fresh recipes, and interested in what’s in season right now? Visit

PROFETA FARMS | Proud to provide clean, organic, humanely- raised foods for New Jersey and beyond, Profeta Farms believes in the importance of knowing how food is raised and harvested. 803 Route 202, Readington, 908.237.1301.

SNYDER’S FARM | Seasonal pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, vegetables and pumpkins, all GMO free. Come join us for our annual fall festival; it’s fun for the whole family. Check out our facebook page for up to date information. 586 South Middlebush Road, Somerset, 732.496.0441.

STANGL FACTORY FARMERS MARKET | This historic building is now home to an indoor year-round farmers market featuring over 30 artisanal vendors. Saturdays, 9am-3pm. Plan your visit now. Mine Street and Stangl Road, Flemington, 908.963.8832.

TERHUNE ORCHARDS | Meet farm animals, pick blueberries, and shop for baked goods and more at the Mount Family’s 200 acre farm noted for quality products, country-style service and seasonal events. 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton, 609.924.2310.

TREE-LICIOUS ORCHARDS | A family farm tradition with a 130-acre pick-your-own orchard for apples, peaches, plums, pears, apricots, and cherries. Fresh baked goods, farm-to-table dinners, seasonal festivals and private event bookings. 135 Karrville Road, Port Murray, 908.852.7191

Z FOOD FARM | This organic farm’s mission is to promote food as a powerful cultural force within our communities by providing certified organic, high-quality vegetables, herbs and fruits. 3501 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville, 609.610.4909.

ZONE 7 | Named after our growing zone, distributor Zone 7 delivers the freshest organic and sustainable ingredients from local farms to restaurants and grocers. Contact Mikey Azzara at 609.896.0190 or visit their website for information and events.


31 & MAIN FARMERS MARKET AT CAMPUS TOWN | New farmers market in front of TCNJ. Think of the best of the perimeter of a grocery store, but all from local farms, in an open-air marketplace! Sundays through October 30, 10am-2pm. 1928 Pennington Road (Route 31), Ewing, 609.577.5113.

BERNARDSVILLE FARMERS MARKET | Open for their 22nd year and featuring a wide variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, and poultry, baked goods, cheeses, deli, herbs, flowers and herbs. Saturday 9am-1pm, Route 202 & Claremont Avenue.

BURLINGTON COUNTY FARMERS MARKET | Find Jersey Fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, prepared foods, flowers, crafts, entertainment and more at this scenic and popular market. Garden Expo Saturday April 30. 9am-2pm, Farmers Market Saturdays from May-October 8:30am-1pm. 500 Centerton Road, Moorestown.

CHATHAM BOROUGH FARMERS MARKET | Celebrating its 10th season, this wonderful market offers an array of fresh produce, artisanal food, tasting events and more. Like them on Facebook! Every Saturday 8am- 1pm, from June 20-November 21. Railroad Plaza South off Fairmount Avenue, Chatham.

COLLINGSWOOD FARMERS MARKET | Now in its 3rd decade. Farms, local vendors and special activities make this popular market a fun destination. Saturday 8am-noon, 713 N. Atlantic Avenue.

DENVILLE FARMERS MARKET | Seasonal community farmers market with continuous winter market as well. Remaining dates for indoor winter market are March 6 & 20 and April 3 & 17 from 10am-1pm. Summer market opening day is May 1. Bloomfield Avenue parking lot in downtown Denville. 201.417.2335.

HIGHLAND PARK FARMERS MARKET | Jersey fresh produce, fresh-baked goods, dried fruits & nuts, organic meats, and cheese. Also, food vendors, cooking demos, live music and the Tomato Festival! Friday 11am-5:30pm, 218 Raritan Avenue between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.

HOBOKEN GARDEN STREET FARMERS MARKET | Fresh locally grown produce, breads, green drinks, meats, prepared foods, pickles, hummus, popsicles, lemonade, ice cream, gluten-free items and live music and crafts for the kids. Saturday 9am-2pm, 14th & Garden Streets.

LONG VALLEY GREEN MARKET | The Long Valley Green Market features the best in local food, homemade goods and artisans. Thursday 3-7pm, 20 Schooley’s Mountain Road.

MARGATE FARMERS MARKET | This market’s mantra is “Grow, make or catch it in NJ!” Find local and fresh NJ produce, meats, sweet treats, specialty foods and seafood, and more. Thursdays, 8:30am-noon, Amherst & Monroe Avenues, Margate.

MONTGOMERY FARMERS MARKET | Offering Jersey Fresh produce and locally grown and NJ sourced food, Montgomery Friends supports local agriculture through the farmers’ market. Saturday 9am-1pm, Village Shopper, 1340 Route 206, Skillman.

MORRISTOWN FARMERS MARKET | Shop from over fifteen NJ-based produce & specialty vendors offering flowers & plants, produce, baked goods, wine, eggs, cheese, honey, fish, meats and more! Sunday 8:30am-2pm, Spring & Morris Streets, lot 10.

RAMSEY FARMERS MARKET | Voted “Best in Bergen,” the Ramsey Farmers Market features over 50+ outstanding local farmers and food purveyors, music, crafts, chef demos, special guests, and more. Sundays, June-November 9AM-2PM, Erie Plaza Train Station, Main St, Ramsey, 201.675.6866

SOUTH ORANGE FARMERS MARKET | All of your favorite farmers and some great new vendors too. This market has everything you need to make your perfect 4 course meal. Wednesday 2-7pm, Sloan Street lot across from train station.

SPARTA FARMERS MARKET | Fresh produce, all natural meats, honey, fruit, eggs, baked goods, soaps and more—it’s all available at this popular market, indoors at the Sparta Middle School from November 7 through April 30. Saturdays, 9:30am–1pm, 350 Main Street, Sparta.

SUMMIT FARMERS MARKET | Fresh produce, coffee, granola, breads, mushrooms, nuts and berries and so much more. Sunday 8am-1pm, Maple Street & DeForest Avenue.

WEST CAPE MAY FARMERS MARKET | Featuring fresh produce, herbs, antiques, art demonstrations, fresh coffee, barbecue, seafood, kettle corn and children’s activities! Tuesday 3-7:30pm, 732 Broadway, Backyard Park at Borough Hall.

WEST WINDSOR COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKET | A wonderful place for friends, family, and neighbors to gather and support local farms and food vendors, featuring organic meats, cheese, bakery goods, and fresh produce. Saturday 9am-1pm, Vaughn Drive, Princeton.


THE ARCTIC MARKET & BUTCHER | The Arctic Market & Butcher brings back that old school butcher experience providing you and your family with local, organic, pasture-raised, grass-fed and finished products that are healthy, clean, and humanely-raised. 816 Arnold Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, 732.899.MEAT(6328).

BAY HEAD CHEESE SHOP | This popular shop has served the community for over forty years. Enjoy a variety of domestic and imported cheese, various dips and hors d’oeurves, as well as homemade quiche and soups. 91 Bridge Avenue, Bay Head, 732.892.7585.

BRICK FARM MARKET | Full service locally-focused market with a butcher, cheese counter, produce, barista coffee bar, juice bar, prepared foods, bakery on premises and grocery items. Catering services available. 65 East Broad Street, Hopewell, 609.466.6500.

BROWNEE THE PLAIN BROWN DOG LLC | A handcrafted and locally resourced non-chocolate dog biscuit, Brownees supports and New Jersey Rescue and Recovery K9 Unit, a lost person recovery team. 645 Old Stage Road, East Brunswick, 732.251.3210.

CAPE MAY GOURMET | Stop into this charming store to see what there is to sample, both savory and sweet, or shop online. Their catering service will make your next party a delectable one. 315 Ocean Street, Cape May, 609.898.8500.

CIDEROAD | Try a refreshing, organic switchel! What the heck is a switchel? It’s a non-alcoholic drink made with apple cider vinegar, fresh ginger and pure Vermont maple syrup.

FAIR MOUNTAIN COFFEE ROASTERS | Micro-roasters of the finest fair trade/organic coffees, Fair Mountain Coffee supports sustainable agriculture in coffee producing countries. Also available in Whole Foods Market, Sickles Market, Dearborn Market and other fine stores. Atlantic Highlands, 732.708.0800.

FOSSIL FARMS | Fossil Farms offers the finest ostrich, buffalo and other all-natural and farm-raised game meats. High-quality, organic products, free of hormones, antibiotics, medications or preservatives. Buy online or at their store. 81 Fulton Street, Boonton, 973.917.3155.

JERSEY PEACHES | Jersey Peaches are here! Fresher, Sweeter & Juicier. Enjoy locally grown and plentiful supplies of Garden State yellow and white peaches and nectarines from July through September. For events, recipes and more:

JOE LEONE’S | A beloved retail destination, Joe Leone’s Italian Specialty Store & Catering offers an expansive array of imported Italian groceries, homemade breads, fresh mozzarella, gift baskets, and prepared dishes. 510 Route 35 South, Point Pleasant Beach, 732.701.0001; also in Sea Girt.

MUIRHEAD FOODS | Muirhead’s all natural fine food products, including chutneys, jellies, fruit butters, mincemeats, cooking sauces, vinaigrettes, and mustards, enhance baked products and daily meals. Gift packages available. 800.782.7803.

PATRIOT PICKLE | This pickle company knows pickles. With more than 30 years of experience, there’s not a fresher, finer quality, crispier pickle in the food industry. 20 Edison Drive, Wayne, 973.709.9487.

SHOP FRESH SEAFOOD | Shop Fresh Seafood delivers direct to consumers. Responsibly sourced seafood in customizable packages. Salmon, oysters, lobster and more FedEx’ed to your door within hours of harvest. 718.842.8850.

TASSOT APIARIES | Family-run Tassot Apiaries specializes in raw, local, chemical free, high quality honey, as well as pure beeswax items. Shop at their honey farm (call ahead), farmers markets or online. Buzzing Acres Farm, 54 Rick Road, Milford, 908.264.4504.


BASIL BANDWAGON NATURAL MARKET | Since 1993, Basil Bandwagon has been offering the very best in sustainable and organic food and products. A shopping destination for health-conscious consumers. 276 Route 202, Flemington, 908.788.5737. 38 Old Route 22, Clinton, 908.735.3822.

DELICIOUS ORCHARDS | With the charm of a country food market, Delicious Orchards offers the best in meats, cheeses, pies, produce and more. Their gift boxes make an ideal gift. Route 34 South, Colts Neck, 800.624.1893.

KINGS | At Kings Food Markets, the freshest ingredients, rarest finds and a passion for cooking all come together to create the perfect meal. Kings constantly looks for the finest items—specially chosen for their customers.

SHOPRITE | Family owned and operated supermarkets in the northeastern United States, with stores in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

SICKLES MARKET | A family tradition of quality since 1908, Sickles Market offers gourmet and specialty foods and fresh produce as well as a garden center and fresh flowers. Gift baskets, too! Harrison Avenue off of Rumson Road, Little Silver, 732.741.9563.

WEGMANS | Devoted to helping their customers eat well and named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For 2010 by Fortune magazine, Wegmans has seven food market locations throughout New Jersey.

WHOLE EARTH CENTER | A natural foods and organic grocery store, Whole Earth Center offers a wide range of produce, grocery items, baked goods, nutritional supplements and an eat-in deli. 360 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609.924.7429.

WHOLE FOODS MARKET | The world’s leading organic and natural foods supermarket offers a wide selection of local produce, seafood and other edibles throughout its stores statewide.


NOFA-NJ | [Northeast Organic Farming Association] A non-profit organization supporting sustainable food and agriculture throughout the state by providing educational programs and technical assistance to farmers, gardeners, and consumers interested in the organic food movement. 334 River Road, Hillsborough, 908.371.1111.


BLUE FISH CLOTHING | Using organic fibers, recycled cottons, and natural fibers, Blue Fish’s people- and planet- friendly style of women’s clothing is 100% made in the USA. 62 Trenton Avenue, Frenchtown, 908.996.3720.


CHERRY STREET KITCHEN | Welcome to New Jersey’s newest commercial kitchen for chefs and food entrepreneurs! New, modern, convenient loading, attractive area near Route 1 / Route 206. See you soon! 1040 Pennsylvania Ave. Trenton, 609.695.5800.


INSTITUTE OF CULINARY EDUCATION | Founded in 1975, this school offers highly regarded 6 to 13-month career training programs in Culinary Arts, Pastry & Baking, Culinary Management and Hospitality Management, as well as continuing education programs for culinary professionals. 225 Liberty Street, New York, NY, 800.777.2433.


56 DEGREE WINE | Offering his customers a wide variety of wines from all over the world, General Manager Joe Bembry has a special affection for the wines of Burgundy, Piedmont and the Loire Valley. 25 Claremont Road, Bernardsville, 908.953.0900.

ALBA VINEYARD | Alba wines are nationally recognized as one of the East Coast’s most award-winning wineries. “Quietly changing the reputation of New Jersey wines, one taster at a time.” Wine tastings daily: Sunday-Friday 11am-5pm. and Saturday 11am-6pm. Private Tours by appointment only. 908.995.7800.

CAPE MAY WINERY | Cape May Winery and Vineyard is the perfect setting to enjoy award winning wines. Open daily year round from 12 noon. Fireplace, indoor and outdoor seating, fire pit and deck. 711 Townbank Road, Cape May, 609.884.1169.

FLYING FISH BREWING CO. | Flying Fish is the most decorated and sustainably focused of New Jersey’s craft breweries and is available at retailers and restaurants throughout the region. Visit their tasting room Wed-Sun. Check their website for hours and more information.

GARDEN STATE WINE GROWERS ASSOCIATION | The Garden State Wine Growers Association is the statewide advocacy and promotional channel of the New Jersey wine industry. Cream Ridge, 609.588.0085.

HOPEWELL VALLEY VINEYARDS | Blending Old World flair with New World style, the winery brings Tuscan winemaking experience to the beautiful Hopewell Valley. Enjoy tastings, live music and mountain views. 46 Yard Road, Pennington, 609.737.4465.;

SHAWANGUNK WINE TRAIL | Shawangunk Wine Trail is home to 15 uniquely diverse wineries nestled between the Shawangunk Mountains and the Hudson River, just 60 miles north of NYC.

TROEGS INDEPENDENT BREWING | Founded in 1997 by the Trogner brothers, Troegs can be purchased in shops across the state. With year-round and seasonal brews, their lineup features hoppy ales and captivating lagers, as well as wheat beers and Belgian-style ales.

TWISTED LIMB HARD CIDER | Twisted Limb’s hard ciders are all natural, created from local ingredients. Using only apples, honey, and yeast they create unique blends of crisp refreshing ciders. Tours/tastings available. Stillwater. 862.266.1617.

VILLA MILAGRO VINEYARDS | Committed to caring for the earth, Villa Milagro Vineyards hand harvests its grapes then blends them to highlight the best of each varietal. Open weekends for tastings and sales from 11am- 6pm, daily for sales from 9am- 6pm. 33 County Road 627, Finesville/ Phillipsburg, 908.995.2072.

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