Who’s got fresh food?

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If you’re interested in buying local food, you may already be shopping at one or more of these Delaware River Valley farmer’s markets, farm markets or community supported agriculture (CSA) programs. They’re all good places to get fresh, delicious food… and put money back into your local economy. Why not support more of them by coordinating farm-market shopping with errands or other trips around the area?

Note: This list will be updated periodically. If you notice something we’ve missed, please let us know!

Farmers Markets

Unless otherwise indicated, the following markets are open seasonally. Check websites for schedules, directions and vendor information.

Bucks County, PA

Hunterdon County, NJ

Farm Markets

Bucks County, PA

 Hunterdon County, NJ

Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs) Programs

CSAs let you purchase shares of what a farm grows during the season. Shares generally need to be purchased early. For information, contact a farm directly.

Bucks County, PA

Hunterdon County, NJ

For a more complete list of farms in the area, check out www.buckscounty.org/visitors/farms/Farms.aspx or www.nofanj.org/findlocalfood.htm


2 thoughts on “Who’s got fresh food?

  1. I agree that buying locally is so much better for the reasons you mentioned, but also
    the enthusiasm of the merchants, and the pride and knowledge they have about the
    their products is also inspiring for you to take the next step in producing a wonderful meal!

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