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Members who sign up for the fruit share receive 1-2 varieties of fruit each week, starting with Bing cherries, and progressing through the season from sugar and shiro plums, to peaches, nectarines, and finally pears and apples in the fall. While the fruit is not organic (growing organic fruit in NJ is quite difficult) they are low-spray, and follow the NJ Fruit Integrated Pest Management program.
In addition to the fruit and vegetable share, members have the opportunity to order several other food offerings. Members may opt to order from Havenwood Farms for biweekly deliveries of pastured eggs or poultry, Thanksgiving turkeys, homemade cheeses, yogurts, peanut butters, jams or soaps . Members may also purchase bulk organic blueberries and local honey.
(This listing was last updated on Mar 6, 2013)