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Your Guide to Canadian Produce in Ontario.

 

Buying in season means choosing items and recipes that are grown within your current season. It also means shopping locally, which makes Canadian farmers feel pretty good. These ingredients are usually less expensive because they are more accessible and plentiful.

This handy chart by sobeys.com will help you predict when your favourite homegrown items will reach their peak. Use it to plan your menus and grocery lists.

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