Fall Fruits & Veggies

Eat Within The Season

Fruits and vegetables in season spend less time from farm to table, so they maintain much of their nutrition and flavor. In addition to having more nutrition and flavor, fruits and vegetables in season typically cost less. In addition, our bodies are made to eat seasonally. Late fall and winter provide produce rich in vitamin C, which helps with wellness during cold and flu season. Peaches, nectarines, and other stone fruits found in summer contain vitamins that help protect against sun damage. Eating fruits and vegetables in season provides your body with necessary nutrients appropriate for the time of year


Here’s a list of what in season right now.

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Apples 

Artichokes 

Arugula

Beets

Endive 

Broccoli 

Brussels Sprouts 

Carrots

Cauliflower 

Celery

Chard 

Chicories

Chiles 

Cranberries

Eggplant 

Fennel

Figs 

Garlic

Grapes 

Green Beans

Green Onions/Scallions 

Herbs

Horseradish 

Kale 

Kohlrabi 

Parsnips 

Pears 

Leeks 

Lettuce 

Limes 

Mushrooms

Okra 

Onions 

Peppers 

Persimmons 

Pomegranates 

Potatoes 

Pumpkins 

Radicchio

Radishes 

Rutabagas 

Shallots 

Sweet Potatoes 

Turnips 

Winter Squash 

Zucchini

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