South Jersey is the reason New Jersey is called the Garden State. Hundreds of thousands of acres are dedicated to growing fresh fruits and vegetables. Besides our produce, us Jerseyans also love ice cream, so why not combine them?

There are plenty of homemade ice cream shops in New Jersey that make fun flavors for everyone to try that you can't get anywhere else as delicious! Or, you can go to any of South Jersey's farms and pick your own produce for fun and make your own unique ice cream in your kitchen!

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    Jersey Blueberry Ice Cream

    South Jersey is most known for our blueberry farms. 80% of Jersey blueberries come from Hammonton, NJ, so it should come as no surprise when you venture into an ice cream shop and find the delicious, but delicate blueberry ice cream.

    Try this flavor here: Royale Crown Homemade Ice Cream and Grille in Hammonton, Leo's Ice Cream

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    Jersey Peach Ice Cream

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    Jersey Tomato Ice Cream

    A tomato may not be the first food you think of when it comes to an ice cream flavor, but special Jersey tomatoes are so sweet and juicy that your kids would never know they are eating a vegetable while enjoying some ice cream!

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    Jersey Corn Ice Cream

    Jersey corn is the sweetest and softest of all corn grown during the summer season. Jersey corn makes ice cream taste like candy, which makes it a not-so-guilty midnight treat.

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    Jersey Cranberry Ice Cream

    South Jersey is the third largest producer of cranberries in the country. Cranberries are a September food staple that can be made into anything from dried fruit to sauce, but now it is included in the ice cream department. Cranberry ice cream or sorbet comes in a variety itself from sweet to tarty, so however way you like it, you can enjoy it!

    Try this flavor here: Leo's Ice Cream

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    Jersey Pumpkin Ice Cream

    Pumpkin spice flavor is nothing new. However, the majority is all artificially flavored. New Jersey has many huge pumpkin farms for pumpkin picking. During late summer and early fall, ice cream shops get fresh pumpkin from them to make real pumpkin ice cream. No Cinderella dreaming here!

    Try this flavor here: Lindy Hop's Ice Cream Parlour, Leo's Ice Cream 

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