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Desperate for bushels of tomatoes for sauce

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kevinjk1 Sep 4, 2012 04:44 PM

Im looking to buy bushels of tomatoes for sauce. I know I am late in the season, and already called Corrados Farm in New Jersey to buy the , and they advised they will most likely be out of them. I'm looking to do my sauce September 15th. Any help I can get I woul greatly appreciate. Websites say I should be able to get them through to October. Any direction would help! I'm traveling from long island. Thank you!

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    fourunder RE: kevinjk1 Sep 4, 2012 07:22 PM

    If Corrado's has them available presently, are you opposed to purchasing them now? They will certainly hold in a cool environment until the 15th. While you may not be able to purchase wooden bushels anymore....cases of tomatoes are always available.....but again, I would advise to purchase now and allow them to ripen for the 15th.

    If you come up to Corraqdo's now...you can also shop at the nearby Paterson Farmers Market.

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      bifpocaroba RE: kevinjk1 Sep 5, 2012 05:27 AM

      You can try Hillcrest Farm in Verona or Mattarazzo's in North caldwell.

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        EL7 RE: bifpocaroba Sep 5, 2012 06:41 AM

        Great question! Now I am motivated! Suggestions for places for tomatoes in Monmouth county too please!

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          patches85 RE: EL7 Sep 5, 2012 09:58 AM

          Laurinos on 537 across from Dorbrook Park. He sells older tomatoes at lower prices. Perfect for making sauce.

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        chuck98 RE: kevinjk1 Sep 5, 2012 07:32 AM

        Arvin's on Rt 22 usually has them.

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          jiffypop RE: kevinjk1 Sep 14, 2012 02:26 PM

          Consider contacting Race Farms in Belvidere - near the Delaware Water Gap. It's a bit farther than the others, but they'll probably pack up as many as you can manage.

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