We are committed to the health and safety of our employees and customers, and to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. We understand the concern and uncertainty you are experiencing during this time, and we are committed to being as responsive as possible while the situation surrounding COVID-19 evolves.
We have new safety measures and policies, as guided by the state of NJ and the CDC. Please read our updates below.
All individuals ages 2+ must wear face coverings that cover mouth and nose (please bring your own) to shop at our market, greenhouses, and Barnyard Petting Zoo in accordance with CDC recommendations and NJ state guidelines.
All individuals must socially distance where possible. Please be aware of your surroundings, especially in close quarters such as our Market.
All employees in our Market, Greenhouses, and Barnyard are equipped with face masks or coverings. We've installed protective plastic barriers at all cash registers and service counters. Employees are sanitizing checkout areas frequently, including countertop spaces.
Hand sanitizer is provided in the Market and Barnyard for use.
All of our produce, poultry, eggs, kitchen, and bakery items are handled according to food safety policies. Items that were normally self-service (donuts, pastries) are now pre-packaged for your safety and convenience. Please bear with us if some items are out of stock.
The Tomasello Tasting Room is open for walk-in shopping. Tasting reservations are by appointment only via Tomasello Winery phone number 609-547-5021.
Click here for a list of wines available for purchase.
How You Can Help
Shop solo whenever possible to help limit the number of people in our Market. If you're sick, stay home and send a family member or friend to the Market instead.
Keep your distance, wash your hands before and after visiting, wear a mask or face covering, and remain 6 ft apart from others.
Be mindful of others, have patience, and be kind.
Abma's Farm is a private business and reserves the right to protect our employee's and customer's safety and to provide a safe environment. Guests who are unable to wear masks, or who have a medical condition are asked only to produce a medical note advising that these requirements are to be waived. The individual’s health condition does not have to be stated in the doctor’s note.
Section 36.2018 of ADA Title III does not require a public accommodation to permit an individual to participate in or benefit from the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages and accommodations of that public accommodation when that individual poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.
With love and gratitude,
the Abma Family