Farmers in New Jersey produce more than 100 different kinds of fruits and vegetables that are marketed both here and in countries all over the world. The person overseeing it all is New Jersey ...
NJ's agritourism industry, with its vineyards, breweries, commercial fishing and you-pick farms, among many other things, contributes billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to the state's economy.
The wine industry alone had a $323 million impact on the state’s economy in 2016. That's a 39.9 percent increase from 2011.
New Jersey ranks ninth in the country in agritourism.
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New Jersey ranks ninth nationwide in total agritourism dollars.
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Offering items like corn mazes, pumpkin picking, hay rides and farm animals are ways New Jersey farmers take advantage of agritourism to bring in customers.
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