It is hard to believe that a New Year is here and it in full swing. Many of us will be trying very hard to stick to those New Year’s Resolutions.

Grocery shopping is already a pretty time consuming task, but not knowing what to buy when you get there can be overwhelming and pricey during this time of year.

Just know that purchasing seasonal foods is a healthy and cost effective way to approach food shopping, because when you are buying season, the prices at the markets will at the lowest. Also note that supermarkets and grocery stores will also tend to stock up on these items in bulk because they are plentiful, making them less expensive for you—especially when they go on sale.

And remember, you can enjoy the taste of any fruit and vegetable the year-round. Whether is it fresh, frozen, canned, dried, and 100% juiced—-it all counts!

So at the beginning of each month, we will feature a fruit or vegetable that is season with a few recipes that may spark your interest and please your palate. We just want to help make shopping for seasonal foods a little easier in makingA-simple-Persimmon-Smoothie hello january your grocery list for the weekly trip to the store, a s well a helping out your wallet!

Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables for January:

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Apples
Beets
Belgian Endive
Brussels Sprouts
Buttercup Squash
Cabbage
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chicory
Clementines
Dates
Delicata Squash
Grapefruit
Jerusalem Artichokes
Kale
Kiwifruit
Leeks
Lemons
Oranges
Mandarin Oranges
Parsnips
Passion Fruit
Pears
Persimmons
Pineapples
Pomegranates
Potatoes
Red Currants
Rhubarb
Satsumas
Spinach
Sweet Potatoes
Swiss Chard
Tangelos
Tangerines
Turnips
Winter Squash
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