Seasonal Summer Produce: Tomatoes, Berries, Zucchini & More

Jul 17 2020
Good news: When produce is in season, it's at its peak of ripeness and freshness. More good news: Since these seasonal fruits & veggies are so abundant, the prices are often priced to move, a.k.a. discounted! Check out these six summer favorites and delicious recipes to make with them…


Ready for some fruity recipes that practically scream summer? Berr-ific!


Over the summer, tomato plants are giving up the goods in a big way. Bring on the bright red (technically fruit) veggies!


Not only are cucumbers super low in calories, they're also SO refreshing and versatile…


This green summer squash is a year-round favorite, but summer is when it really shines!

Bell Peppers

From mini bells to full-size peppers, we can't get enough of these vitamin-packed veggies…


Last but not least, keep it light and fresh with all the melons you can get your mitts on!

Chew on this:

It's July 17th, National Peach Ice Cream Day, and peaches happen to be great summer fruits! Slice one up, and serve over a scoop of low-calorie vanilla ice cream.

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