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35 Fruits and Vegetables That Are In Season In The Winter

Updated: Jan 1, 2019


Cold temperatures, snow, and gray skies may come to mind when you think about winter.  The winter months of December-February may be some of the coldest months of the year for anyone living in the northern hemisphere, but it is during these months when some of the tastiest and nutritious fruits and vegetables are in season.

Refreshing fruits such as oranges and grapefruit can brighten up your winter days.  Hearty root vegetables such as squash and sweet potatoes can be roasted or added to a soup to keep your body warm.

The winter season may seem like a drag but don’t let it get you down and take advantage of the bounty of vegetables this season brings us.  Remember buying seasonal fruits and vegetables will not only save you money but contain the more nutrients than those that are not in season.

Don’t worry about memorizing this list of winter fruits and vegetables.  We’ve created an easy and printable list so you can bring it with you on your next trip to the supermarket.

Download our Winter Fruits and Vegetable Shopping List below to use as a reference when buying produce throughout this winter season.

35 Fruits and Vegetables That Are In Season During The Winter

Oranges

Lemons

Blood Oranges

Limes

Clementines

Cabbage

Winter Squash

Brussel Sprouts

Beets

Onions

Carrots

Rutabaga

Turnips Sweet

Potatoes

Parsnips

Radicchio

Kale

Pomegranates

Escarole

Fennel

Grapefruit

Potatoes

Pears

Radishes

Leeks

Mushrooms

Garlic

Horseradish

Greens

Broccoli

Broccoli Rabe

Cauliflower

Celery

Celery Root

Passion Fruit


Have any questions or comments on winter produce? Share them in the comments below!

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