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- January 3, 2007 at 6:09 pm #250848Guest
Different fruits and veggies are in season in different area’s. For
instance, while Apples might be in season in September in Michigan,they might be in season much earlier in Georgia.
Here is a website that might help, though:Your best bet, though, is to find out what is grown locally, and to
watch prices over a 4 week period and record sale prices vs. full price
for the items. If you live in a cold weather winter state, then theprice of fruits and vegetables will be higher because everything is
If you live in a year-round warm weather state, the items will be loweryear round because they can be grown locally.
Certain area’s are known for certain products. For instance, I grew up
in the heart of Apple country, in Michigan. My home town is home to theOld Orchard juice company. As you can imagine, apples are dirt cheap
here in the fall.
In Florida, citrus is big. In Maine, Cranberries are big. InCalifornia, grapes are big.
Anyway, hopefully the site I listed will be of some help to you!
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Michelle”wrote:
> Hi, I was wondering if anyone new of an accurate site regardingwhich
> fruits and veggies are in season?I get confused on what is actually a
> good price for produce. Thanks, Michelle
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