Jalma Farms products are being used in recipes at these fine eating establishments.
Whitebrier Restaurant – thewhitebrier.com
The Whitebrier Restaurant in Avalon is using Jalma Farms Hot Pepper Aronia Jam on Ribs and Beach Plum Cocktails
Harbor Burger Bar – harborburgerbar.com
The Harbor Burger Bar in Stone Harbor is using Jalma Beach Plum Jam on specialties food items.
Jalma Farms was featured in an article in the Asbury Park Press about our participation at The Island Beach State Park's 18th Annual Beach Plum Festival.
Jalma Farms is committed to preserving our environment and to helping the economy of the Jersey Shore. The development of Beach Plum and Aronia Berry orchards allow us to do both. Here are some organizations that share the same goals that we do:
The Cape May County Beach Plum Association - cmcbeachplum.com
This organization is dedicated to the growth and cultivation of the Beach Plum in Cape May County.
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cape May County - co.cape-may.nj.us
Their mission is to help the residents of Cape May County to improve their lives through practical education programs.
Natali Vineyards - natalivineyards.com
Try their Beach Plum Wine, which is the perfect dessert wine. In 2014, their first release completely sold out.
New Division DEP, Division of Fish and Wildlife - state.nj.us
Jalma Farms supports the Department of Environmental Protection in their efforts to restore and maintain the Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area, which is located at the southern tip of Cap May County.
Mid-Atlantic Aronia Growers Association - midatlanticaronia.org
The mission of MAAGA is to promote the growing, marketing and uses of the Aronia Berry. in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Rutgers Food Innovation Center - foodinnovation.rutgers.edu
The Rutgers Food Innovation Center is a business incubation and economic development accelerator program, which provides business and technology expertise to startup and established food companies in the mid-Atlantic region.
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service - nrcs.usda.gov
The USDA NRCS has been studying the Beach Plum for the past 30 years and identified it as a dune restoration plant - a companion plant for dune grass, as the beach does not live by grass alone.