Farming is all about family at Romagnoli Farms. Jack's grandfather came to Canada from Italy in 1919 and settled on the home farm in Beamsville. Jack's father took over the farm and converted it into grapes. He passed the farm to Jack  after he completed University. As fate would have it Irene grew up at the next farm over, and when Jack came home in 1999, they met. They say the rest is history.

Jack and Irene farm 80 acres, with their children Ruth and Victoria.This families passion for farming is generations deep and impossible to miss. One visit to Romagnoli Farms stand at the farm or at a farmers market and you'll feel it too.

The Romagnoli Family grows a variety of strawberries, berries, plumbs, peaches , nectarines, sour cherries, and apricots. Many of their produce is ethnocultural - to give new Canadian's tastes from their home countries. Produce is usually available starting in June with strawberries and ending with apples in October.


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