What’s in season: AUGUST

From immune boosting berries to beautiful green zucchinis, this seasonal produce guide is full of REAL FOOD and HEALTHY recipe ideas that will inspire you to eat fresh and seasonal throughout the month AUGUST.

Seasonal Produce Guide What’s in Season AUGUST

I’m a healthy lifestyler and for me eating seasonally means eating healthy. Eating seasonal produce rewards me with many benefits – from savings in the family budget to high quality produce packed with nutrition. To make easier for you to plan your meals as well as make grocery list, I created seasonal produce GUIDE. It’s here to inspire you to eat healthy throughout the whole month.

Summer is in full swing, and there’s a variety of colorful fruits and veggies that you can enjoy. Beautiful berries, watermelons and cantaloupes colored everything in bright colors, while collard greens and zucchinis gave a market calming green tone. Market is bursting with tasteful fruits and vegetables. Just beautiful!

Here’s what’s in season in the month AUGUST. Check out the linked fruits and vegetables for recipe ideas. Enjoy!





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  1. Great list! See lots of these things at my local Farmer’s Market.

  2. SO excited about August produce! Give me all the peaches and corn in the world!!! Love the post 🙂

  3. What a wonderful, comprehensive post! We’ve been getting a lot of the same things week after week in our farm share, so I’m looking forward to seeing what August will bring!

  4. It’s great to know what’s in season now because those fruits & vegetables will taste the best!

  5. I have been on a quest this year to cook and eat seasonally. I am loving it

  6. Love this! So many great ideas to use the best of the summer produce in so many ways!

  7. What a wonderful list and some gorgeous recipes to go along with that! Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  8. All looks so good! I started container gardening this year and love having fresh produce readily available on my deck!

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