|Address:||831 Springfield Ave, Cranford, NJ 07016, USA|
|Working:||8AM–6PM 8AM–6PM 8AM–6PM 8AM–6PM 8AM–6PM 8AM–6PM 8AM–5PM|
Dreyer farms sold me sick trees! I purchased 30 pine trees and 20 of them died. The owners refuse to reimburse me or give me new healthy trees. I spent over 2,500.00 plus plants and flowers. They do not offer "tree planting services", yet the reason they will not give me healthy trees is "we did not plant them...if we plant them, we are responsible..." They do not offer planting service. The owner and his daughter refuse to reimburse us for the unhealthy trees. One worker says the owner yelled at him when he asked to help us with new trees... and says they have plenty of business...so it doesnt matter if I let potential customers know about what happened. Home Depot and other garden centers in the area allow customers to return unhealthy or sick trees, shrubs , plants, etc... I like to support my community businesses , but i can never buy from Dreyer Farm again... Terrible customer service Complete disregard for the client.
HEY! Want to pay $11.00 for a watermelon? Or how about $3.99 a pound for some peaches? Then go to this place! The only bargain I got was a few cents difference in celery. They get their fruits and vegetables FROM THE SAME PLACE THE LOCAL GROCERIES GET THEIRS! And then they hike up the prices.. I guess for that local outdoorsy feel! I came home with my 11 dollar watermelon that tastes as good as the one I got at Shoprite a week before for 3.99, and said to myself "I must need to get my head examined!" When did businesses get so damn greedy!? When? Use to be youd go to a Farmers market, and the stuff came from THEIR farm. Not this place! I asked where they got their stuff "Oh we get it from all our vendors from all over..." So go for the thrill of being outside in a market. Thats the only thrill I got that day.
I have been coming to Dryers Farm for 36 years. The owners and staff are wonderful. I love their fresh Romaine lettuce, and basil...so much better than Shoprites. Their fresh peaches, strawberries, and plums are also superior to the local supermarkets. When was the last time you saw NJ strawberries for sale in the supermarkets? They are all from California! Dryers offers lical produce. Their flowers are great and more affordable than Williams Nursery which is also a great place for plants, but much more expensive. Dryers offers the plants and the produce,
Join their CSA for their whole season of produce and farm-to-table goodies. They bring in other local products to the farm store so you can purchase additional things like cream-top milk, fresh eggs, local meats, and more. They partner with a local farm to bring in Thanksgiving turkeys, too. Pies are also awesome.
its got great food, character, and a fantastic family running it! everyone should go to the great farm!from the milk to the corn to the donuts everything is so amazing!!!
I Great place to shop, especially the bottled milk, butter, and everything else. The bread is unbelievable. Everyone should try Dreyer Farms, great place.
I have been going to Dreyer farm since a was a very young girl and now happily bring my granddaughters!
Love coming here for my gardening needs.... plus I love the fresh mini donuts they sell
Great local produce and good NJ wine sold here also! All great prices!
Great produce @ great prices. Friendly people who know their stock
Best dairy in town. My go to place for milk eggs and cream.
Flowers, fruit, and baked goods...Dreyer Farms has it all!
Fantastic local food. A bit pricy but oh so good.
Local grown vegetables and fruits. Taste great
Great fresh food options and amazing staff
Fresh fruits and vegetables, locally grown
Great nursery. John is so nice and humble.
Excellent staff! John is extremely helpful.
Expensive but always quality
Best strawberries evrr!!!!
Love their early hours
Great chocolate milk
Great wine selection