New Jersey is annually among the top 10 producers of tomatoes in the U.S. In 2020, New Jersey had a production value of $48 million for tomatoes, according to the USDA, when Garden State farmers harvested 80 million pounds of tomatoes on 3,100 acres.
Tomatoes are one of the crops New Jersey is known for nationally and internationally. Grape tomatoes can be eaten as a tasty nutritious snack or taken home to use in a wide range of recipes and dishes.
The tomato season for New Jersey lasts through the end of October. Jersey Fresh tomatoes are available locally and you can easily find boundless recipes that include these delicious gems.
Pie Shell | Basil Leaves | Leeks Scallions | Garlic | Tomatoes Salt | Mayo | Cheddar Mozzarella | Italian Herbs
Tomatoes | Mozzarella Parmesan | Basil | Olive Oil Salt | Pepper
Peaches | Tomatoes | Mozzarella Prosciutto | Olive Oil Balsamic Glaze | Honey