Atlantic Highlands, NJ – Residents and commuters enjoyed the opening day of the Atlantic Highlands weekly Farmers’ Market.  After a successful few years in Veterans Park, the Market opened on May 6th offering a nice assortment of flowers and plants in time for Mother’s Day and for spring planting. The Farmers’ Market is every Friday from 12 pm to 6 pm, ending October 7th.

Adding to the flowers and plants for opening day, shoppers found delicious pickled items, an assortment of Polish foods, fresh mozzarella, fresh ravioli, pasta, crabcakes, gourmet nuts & dried fruits, relishes, baked breads, pies, pastries and more!  

The Atlantic Highlands Market is well known for having several local New Jersey farmers and a large assortment of food vendors.  The four local farmers offer a nice assortment of plants & herbs currently, adding additional Jersey Fresh Produce each week as the summer approaches. 

The Atlantic Highlands Farmers’ Market is presented by the Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce.  The Atlantic Highlands Farmers’ Market is generously sponsored by Super Foodtown of Atlantic Highlands, Bright Alternatives, Kunya Siam Thai Restaurant, F. Mesanko & Son Insurance Agency & David Lerner Associates. 

For further information about the Chamber and their upcoming activities visit www.atlantichighlands.org, or call 732.872.8711.  


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...