Seasonality of food refers to the times of year when a given type food is at its peak, either in terms of harvest or its flavor. When foods are left to grow naturally they are higher in nutrients and vitamins.  This is usually the time when the item is the cheapest and the freshest on the market. The food’s peak time in terms of harvest usually coincides with when its flavor is at its best. Our Meal Planning Service takes the guess work out of what is season and only offers you what’s in season now.


Asparagus is necessarily seasonal in most places where it grows

Spring Fruits and Vegetables.