Seasonal Produce Guides {4 pages}

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Did you know that eating seasonally can actually save you money at the grocery store? It's true! Since in-season produce is more readily available, grocery stores often put these items on sale. And the best part? In-season produce is often fresher and tastier than produce that has had to travel a long way to get to your local grocery store.

So eating seasonally is a good thing. But how do you actually know what fruits and veggies are in season when it's time to make your grocery shopping list? That's where these Seasonal Produce Guides come in handy! You can easily tell at a glance what fruits and veggies are available in winter, spring, summer, and fall so you eat seasonally all year long.

Pages include:

  • Winter produce guide
  • Spring produce guide
  • Summer produce guide
  • Fall produce guide

Please note that this is an instant digital download that you can print at home. Nothing will be shipped, and you get immediate access at checkout!

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