Spend less by buying fruit and veg that is in season

Spend less by buying fruit and veg that is in season

If you buy local you help the environment and you generally get better value for money because of the superior taste and quality but a bi-product of buying local is you buy things in season.

The beauty of buying things in season is that generally the price will be at the yearly lowest, as the item doesn’t have to come from abroad etc.

Here are a few examples of fruit and veg season dates (thanks to Eat Seasonably)

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