Buying produce in season is good for your wallet, good for your body, and good for the planet.

"Vegetables are too expensive."

Buying produce in season is good for your wallet, good for your body, and good for the planet.
  • Look for fruits and vegetables that have lower prices and are readily available.

  • Visit a local farmers' market.

  • Choose frozen varieties for out-of-season fruits and veggies. They are packaged when they are ripe and have all the nutrition of fresh produce!

  • Always use vegetables that are in season in your recipes, even if that means replacing the vegetables that are in the recipe.

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