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The Allure of the Farmers Market!


Fresh, Unsurpassed Quality, Sumptuous, Healthy, Resplendent, Succulent! All great reasons to choose a farmers market for your produce. For many, going to a farmers market has become a traditional family routine…together time, picking pesticide-free fruits and vegetables, learning experience.

Almost all farmers markets in NJ are organized by local community organizations with Municipal support. Each locale sets its own regulations regarding what can be sold and where the produce can come from.

Farmers markets are truly a win-win for everyone. Farmers pay a small fee to participate, but don’t have to share their profits with a large super market conglomerate, so their profits are much greater. Customers pay about the same as they would if purchasing at a super market, yet they receive a superior product.

And, what’s better than mixing a farmers market with the freshness of the air coming off the oceanfront? Let’s be honest…not a whole lot. Take the time to check out some of the many farmers markets in Monmouth County!




Asbury Park Kennedy Park at corner of Cookman & Grand Sundays 11-4; Thursdays 5:30-9pm
Atlantic Highlands Veteran’s Park; 111 1st Avenue Fridays 12pm-6pm
Belmar Pyanoe Plaza on Main Street Saturdays 9am-2pm
Bradley Beach Giamano’s Parking Lot; 310 Main Street Fridays 11am-4pm
Highlands Huddy Park on Waterwitch & Bay Avenues Saturdays beginning at 9am
Long Branch 139 Brighton Ave, West End Thursdays 12pm-6pm
Manasquan Miller Preston Way Thursdays 10am-3pm
Red Bank Galleria – Corner of Bridge & West Front Sundays 9am-2pm
Sea Bright Municipal Parking Lot – Ocean Avenue Thursdays 2pm-7pm