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25 Fruits and Vegetables That Are in Season in the Fall


When the leaves start changing colors and the weather gets cooler, it's a sign that the fall season is here. Where ever you go everything is flavored with pumpkin. The days are getting longer and we finally get back that extra hour we lost during daylight savings time!!


From mid-September to mid-December, the fall season prepares us for the upcoming winter months, but also provides us with a bounty of fruits and vegetables. Although you can find many of the fruits and vegetables that are in season during the fall throughout the year, this is the perfect time to buy and cook delicious meals using them. When you buy seasonal fruits and vegetables they are easier to find, cheaper and are more flavorful than the ones you buy during the off season.


Buying produce that is not only in season, but grown locally as well is the best way to get the freshest and most nutritious produce to nourish your body. It also gives you a chance to try different fruits and vegetables that you may or may not know existed.

During this fall season buy more fruits and vegetables that are on this list to get the most bang for your buck. Your body and the environment will thank you.


25 Fruits and Vegetables That are in Season During the Fall

1. Apples

2. Pears

3. Pumpkin

4. Mushrooms

5. Winter Squash

6. Sage

7. Quince

8. Sweet Potatoes

9. Brussel Sprouts

10. Cauliflower

11. Figs

12. Beets

13. Broccoli

14. Cabbage

15. Carrots

16. Celery

17. Fennel

18. Garlic

19. Grapes

20. Onions

21. Shallots

22. Persimmons

23. Leeks

24. Parsnips

25. Radishes


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