The Springfield Farmers Market is delighted to announce its reopening, ready to fill Mondays with a taste of homegrown Jersey Fresh produce straight from nearby local farms.
More details about the Springfield Farmers Market can be found here https://JerseyFarmersMarket.com/springfield
Every Monday, from July 3rd to October 30th, the Springfield Free Public Library Lawn at 66 Mountain Avenue will become a bustling hub of agricultural bounty, an event that breathes life into the community. The Springfield Market opens every Monday from 11 am to 6 pm offering a rich selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, and baked goods available locally in New Jersey.
The Springfield Farmers Market, a proud member of the New Jersey Council of Farmers & Communities and a certified Jersey Fresh Market, sells a wide variety of local produce. This includes the familiar staples of every kitchen to the more exotic delights, satisfying all tastes and diets, including organic options. The Jersey Fresh selections offered at the market have typically traveled no more than 50 miles.
“As we reopen the Springfield Farmers Market for the season, we are reminded of the strength and resilience of our local farming community,” said Joseph Mikulewicz, President of NJCFC. “It’s not just about fresh produce; it’s about celebrating our shared heritage, cultivating connections, and strengthening our local economy.”
Local residents can make Mondays special – a day to rediscover the flavor of New Jersey, nourish their families with the freshest food, and support the hardworking hands that sow, grow, and harvest these edible delights. The market is viewed as a tribute to local farmers farmers and the joy of sharing the fruits of their labor.
Contact the Springfield Farmers Market at this link for more information https://JerseyFarmersMarket.com/springfield
About Springfield Farmers Market
Springfield Farmers Market is dedicated to bringing the community the freshest and finest local produce. As a certified Jersey Fresh Market, the Springfield Farmers Market proudly serves as a thriving platform for local farmers and small businesses.
New Jersey Council of Farmers and Communities (NJCFC)
168 W State St.
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