Recipes & Things

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Well, honestly…mostly knowledge.

Farmhouse Fruit welcomes you into the world of New Jersey Agriculture; be prepared to learn all you need to know about topics ranging from farm level crop updates to unique recipes using fresh ingredients.

We love hearing from you, if you want to know more about a particular topic don’t hesitate to reach out to us and ask. Your question may be featured on our newest update.

What Does it Mean to be Organic?

It is difficult to go through a day without hearing the word “Organic.” Learn more about what it takes to get the “Organic” seal on a product.

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Going Green, at Work

Most Americans spend about 1/3 of their lives at work, in an office building, which are notorious for being wasteful. Find out some simple ways you can make a positive impact on the environment, while at work.

Blueberry Ice Pops

Making fresh fruit ice pops has been a tradition in my house for a long time. This recipe can be manipulated to use any fruit or fruit combination you wish. Be daring and use Farmhouse Fruit’s Fresh Peaches and Blueberries to make the ultimate ice pop that will be sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.

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Sustainable Urban Gardening…with Buckets

You can easily grow your entire garden in buckets and I highly recommend it; with a little planning you can get most of the supplies you need cheaply or even for free. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!

Bees…Bees Everywhere!

Bees are an intricate part of the production of New Jersey High Bush Blueberries. A blueberry bush that is pollinated correctly will produce large berries and yield more fruit.

Why Go Green?

Little steps make a HUGE difference. Learn ways you can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle in your daily lives. Every little bit helps as the world population grows.

See our Ad in South Jersey Magazine!!!

For the next 4 months we will be featured in South Jersey Magazine.  Check out our newest ad and see what Farmhouse Fruit has in store for the future.

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