Chatham’s Farmers Market returns with Jersey Fresh Produce for Local Residents to enjoy.
The Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market returns with variety of Jersey Fresh produce. Its doors open every Saturday at 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM from June 17 to November 18, 2023 offering a wide selection of fresh and nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables grown locally in New Jersey.
For More information about the Chatham Farmers Market visit https://JerseyFarmersMarket.com/chatham
Located in the heart of Chatham Borough at Railroad Plaza South, the Farmers’ Market becomes an epicenter where the community comes together to enjoy the goodness of locally sourced, high-quality produce. Early birds are in for a treat as they get first dibs on the freshest picks of the day.
The Chatham Borough Farmers Market is commitment to showcasing a diverse array of both conventionally and organically grown Jersey Fresh fruits. Vendors participating in the market undergo an approval process by both the Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market (CBFM) Advisory Committee and the Market Manager. Yearly reevaluations ensure that the market offers the best sensory extravaganza for all visitors.
The Chatham Borough Farmers Market is a member of the New Jersey Council of Farmers & Communities (NJCFC), the market stands as a testament to the importance of supporting local businesses and building a resilient community.
President of NJCFC, Joseph Mikulewicz, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We’re thrilled to continue delivering the finest Jersey Fresh produce to our devoted patrons. Our markets are a testament to the passion of local farmers and the unwavering support of our community.”
Beyond tantalizing taste buds, shopping at the Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market also means taking a step toward environmental responsibility. Embracing locally grown produce translates to reduced food miles, lower carbon emissions, and a greener planet – a mission the market wholeheartedly supports.
The market is more than just a place to shop for groceries. It fosters a sense of camaraderie and connection, as farmers and consumers exchange smiles and stories. It’s a celebration of community spirit, where people come together to support their local growers and producers.
Joseph Mikulewicz added, “Our markets offer more than just a shopping experience; it’s an opportunity to build relationships with the people who grow our food. It’s about knowing where your food comes from and the passion behind each product.”
For more information about the Chatham Borough Farmers’ Market, please visit https://JerseyFarmersMarket.com/chatham.
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