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Seasonal Produce Guide. SNAP-Ed helps people support their local economy and eat healthy. Farmers markets are a great way to support local farms. They are also a great place to get fruits and veggies! Fruits and veggies cost less when they are in season.


Strawberries are the first fruit after rhubarb to ripen in spring and early summer. They are the siren call of early-season farmers markets in warmer and temperate climates, harkening people to market before that day's supply runs out.


Winter through spring is the time when organic strawberries are in season. Organic strawberries peak in fresh sales from California March through September and from Florida December through April.


We hope this seasonal fruit chart will help you plan your next meal the next time you are grocery shopping. Just remember, fruits go great with chocolates as well! Enjoy our sweet strawberries and cherries dipped in heavenly chocolate or send them to a loved one and make them smile. Share this Image On Your Site


Strawberries (In Season Now) by Zachary Shahan June 17, 2010, 3:01 pm [social_buttons] Strawberries have just come into season here in Poland. The first batch or two we got weren’t great, but they are getting very good again now. (Last year’s may have been the best I’ve ever had.)


Strawberries in Winter? Your Out-of-Season Produce Guide This time of year, we find ourselves meandering around the produce section wondering what on Earth we should eat.


The typical strawberry season in Southern and Central California lasts from January to September. As a rule, the strawberry harvest is at its peak in the middle of April and ends in late June. California is responsible for most of the strawberry crop in the United States.


What’s In Season. Click below to see what’s typically in season each month, or visit the Lakeline or Mueller Facebook page on Friday to see what vendors are bringing that weekend. We also like this tool from the Texas Department of Agriculture to find out what’s in season.


What's in season in June 2019, and other timely information: Ripening Dates for Fruits and Vegetables in New York State. Please note that actual dates may vary by as much as two weeks due to weather conditions, geographical location of the farm, and other factors.


Notes for June 2019: Summer is here and that means Strawberry season is going and blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and peaches will start in a month or so. Tomatoes, corn and other vegetables will follow, too. Check your area's copy calendar (see this page) and call your local farms for seasonal updates. See these pages to find a local Strawberry Festival, Peach festival or a Blueberry ....