Claiming the highest number of residents of any community in the county, Vineland is also distinguished as the largest New Jersey city in area. Vineland combines industry and agriculture with bustling retail centers that include Cumberland Mall at Routes 47 and 55. Municipal services are well developed, including a local electric utility and a daily newspaper. This culturally diverse community has welcomed waves of immigrants through the centuries and celebrates a popular Puerto Rican Festival each summer. Vineland was originally a one-square-mile planned community surrounded by farmland and was the founding home of Welch's Grape Juice in the late 1800s. Quality public and private schools, quiet neighborhoods, nearly 240 acres of parkland, affordable homes, and the vast resources associated with Cumberland County College add to the quality of life.