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Shipt’s Summer Produce Guide!

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It’s the season of sun and Summer! Well, technically the season doesn’t begin until June 20th, but for most, the Memorial holiday marks the change of a season.

With beach trips, road trips, porch-sitting and outdoor picnicking to prepare for, we’ve whipped up a handy guide to ensure that you’re feasting seasonally. Eating seasonally means more vibrant colors, crisper textures, juicer produce and overall, sweeter and stronger flavors. Nothing can beat a summer squash and sweet strawberry in season!

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Print it out, color it in and share your masterpiece with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

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Be on the lookout for:

  • peaches
  • cantaloupes
  • summer squash
  • corn
  • tomatoes
  • cucumbers
  • zucchini
  • watermelons
  • strawberries
  • blueberries
  • raspberries
  • blackberries
  • mangoes
  • plums
  • okra
  • beets

Find these and more in our Summer Produce category in the app! And print out our Summer Produce Guide as a reminder to eat fresh and vibrant, all summer long. (It looks mighty fine on a refrigerator!)

See you outside, Shipters!

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Traveling this season? Shine some local love on 30A, Birmingham and San Antonio!

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