Jun 6, 2016
2016 New Jersey Peach Buyers Guide now available

The 2016 edition of the New Jersey Peach Buyers Guide is now available from the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council. This year’s guide is 64 pages with information for prospective wholesale and retail buyers on where and how to buy and handle New Jersey peaches and nectarines.New Jersey Peach Buyers Guide

The guide lists growers and shippers of New Jersey peaches including their brands, and general information on what and how they ship. This section has been written for easier use and placement on the New Jersey Peaches web site at www.jerseypeaches.com. It also contains a complete listing of farm market retailers of NJ peaches with their websites and other social media information.

Information is included on the 2016 Jersey Peach Promotional program and the Food Safety used by most growers. Details on officers and directors of the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council are listed along with other details on the council and New Jersey peach industry.

This year guide also contains information of food safety practices used by New Jersey Peach growers.

The 2016 Peach Buyers Guide is dedicated to Larchmont Farms and owners Charles Haines and Tom Dunn. Larchmont is the largest producer of New Jersey peaches and one of the oldest farming operations in New Jersey now run by the 10 generation of the Haines Family

The guide is available by contacting [email protected] or by writing the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council at 800 Ellis Street, Glassboro, N.J. 08028. Much of the information in the guide is also featured on the New Jersey Peach Promotion Council Web site.




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