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What's Cookin' Cranford Catches Up with Dreyer Farms as They Plan for Spring

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First Dreyer farmers, including Henry Dreyer, in the early years. Credits: Dreyer Farms
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Jessica Dreyer, who runs the farmstand today with her Father John Dreyer, in this photo joined by her Grandmother Henrietta Dreyer at Dreyer Farms. Jessica's Uncle Henry runs the farm today. Credits: Dreyer Farms
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CRANFORD, NJ - A sure sign of Spring in Cranford is the "open" sign at Dreyer Farms and next week marks that time. Everyone is ready for some reprieve from the snow and once Mother Nature commits to Spring hopefully there's no looking back. 
 
Marketing and Community Supporting Agriculture Membership (CSA - or dubbed by local residents as Cranford Supporting Agriculture), Director for Dreyer Farms, Dawn Salerno, comments, "It's been a long winter and we are ready for the Spring season, as we've been making regular visits to our farmers during the off-season and preparing some new and exciting offerings for our customers."
 
 
What's Cookin' Cranford caught up with Salerno at the Farm as she discusses how they've been preparing for the Spring season:

Watch here to learn all about the CSA membership program:



And view this link to find out some helpful tips on how to get the most out of the CSA membership and some other new offerings at the Farm:

The CSA packages range from $23 to $45 per week and runs for 27 weeks beginning on Tuesday May 19th. If you pay in full upfront, Dreyer Farms will reward you by picking your own flowers and herbs that will accompany each package in addition to receiving two complimentary passes to a season opening event and tasting. For all program details please visit: http://dreyerfarms.com/csa.

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