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Available NOW: Certified Organic Sweet Potatoes!
These sweet potatoes make a wonderful gift.
We realize the key to growing and packing the best produce is consistency. This is why ownership is involved in all parts of the process. Charlie Muzzarelli personally selects the seed, chooses optimal soil locations for planting, and oversees the entire growing process from seed to harvest. He inspects our fields daily during this process, and works alongside our trusted Muzzarelli Farms employees. We then package our products and ship them to markets, grocery chains, and other consumers around the country.
This high level of involvement allows us to recognize which varieties have the best size profiles, colors, and other desired characteristics, and make changes from season to season as needed. Very few farms go from start to finish with produce, and if you desire to work with a family that does that, then you want Muzzarelli Farms.
At Muzzarelli Farms, we strive to satisfy our customers' needs. We focus on achieving consistent quality, a safer workplace, and operational excellence – all for the purpose of being the best-managed company in the United States produce industry.
We are committed to continuous improvement opportunities that enhance our customers' experience with our fruit, vegetables and other produce, and our outstanding customer service.
At Muzzarelli Farms, a 350-acre, fourth-generation family operation in Vineland founded in 1937, three different varieties of sweet potato—the Covington, Bonita and Japanese—are grown across 150 acres beginning every spring. - New Jersey Monthly
The community was invited to visit Muzzarelli Farms for its annual Grilling on the Farm event, which featured an opportunity to view demonstrations on how to grill fruits and vegetables and then taste free samples. - Daily Journal
Charlie Muzzarelli, Jr. accepted the award for the family on Feb. 4 at the New Jersey State Agricultural Convention in Atlantic City. The award honors the memory of the late Patrick Mullen, who had been a long-time marketing director for the Department. - NJ.com