October 26, 2020

Skip Consalo is honored in The Packer 25

Skip was honored in this year’s Packer 25! All of us at Consalo Family Farms are so proud. To read Skip’s leadership profile and interview, click […]
September 1, 2020

Consalo Family Farms continues rich family tradition

With such a long history and four generations of Consalos having been involved, the company is long recognized in the New Jersey area for its dedication […]
July 14, 2020

Consalo Family Farms Donates Blueberry Plants to Gladwyne Montessori

Gladwyne Montessori is located along Philadelphia’s Main Line in Gladwyne, PA. Consalo Family Farms was excited to partner with the school to donate blueberry bushes. The […]
June 19, 2020

Consalo Family Farms primed for blueberry season

Consalo Family Farms is proud to be one of the largest family-owned blueberry operations on the East Coast. The company recently expanded its growing and packing […]
May 26, 2020

Consalo Family Farms sees strong crops ahead

Though the company originally planned on harvesting blueberries the first week of June, things have been pushed about a week due to cooler weather, with plans […]
October 17, 2019

BlueDrop Mexico forms partnership with Consalo Family Farms

BlueDrop, a company that is revolutionizing agriculture, agroforestry and plant genetics in Mexico, has formed a strategic growing, marketing and distribution partnership with Consalo Family Farms, […]
July 3, 2019

Skip Consalo: New Jersey spring deal off to a good start

Thanks to a winter that “wasn’t too harsh,” New Jersey’s 2019 spring produce deal started a bit earlier than normal with “very good quality,” according to […]
July 3, 2019

Additional blueberry acreage at Consalo Family Farms

With a mild winter and good pollination as a foundation, Consalo Family Farms is anticipating New Jersey blueberries to be marked by strong volume and good […]
July 2, 2019

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Kicks Off Jersey Fresh Season

Secretary Douglas Fisher visits Consalo Family Farms for the 2019 Jersey Fresh Kick Off in May. Read the article from the New Jersey Department of Agriculture […]