FoodLocally Grown

This app aims to help you increase your local seasonal food consumption

A new app from GRACE Communications Foundation (GRACE), the aptly named Seasonal Food Guide, is available for both Android and iOS, as well as on the web, and it includes information about more than 140 common types of produce. The app is free, and users select their state and the desired month to see a list of everything that is normally available in that region during that month, along with a basic availability calendar, and links to recipes and other information about that food. Users can also search directly for a specific food to see when its harvest time is, which could come in handy if you don’t want to miss out on a particular favorite.

Never waste time in the produce section again! With info on 140+ fruits, veggies, legumes, nuts and herbs, the Seasonal Food Guide App is the most comprehensive digital almanac of seasonal, local food available.

Read more: New Seasonal Food Guide app aims to help ease the search for local & seasonal food in US

Derek Markham

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