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Explore Peak-Season Produce

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Eating seasonally means choosing to buy fruits and vegetables when they’re in their natural growing season. In addition to being ultra flavorful and nutritious, peak-season produce is good for the planet and the people in your community. When you choose to shop and eat with the seasons, you’re bringing home the best that nature has to offer.

What's in Season? June Produce Guide

  • Cantaloupe
  • Lemon Drop Melon
  • Seedless Watermelon
  • Red Cherries
  • Red Apricots
  • White Peaches
  • Organic Seedless Red & Green Grapes
  • Gold Kiwi
  • Vidalia Sweet Onions
  • Cucumbers
  • Zucchini
  • Sweet Corn
  • Bulb Grilling Onions
  • Organic Limited Harvest Wild Red Arugula
  • Green Beans
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Get a closer look at fresh, flavorful peak season fruit & veggies

Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe

With a bright orange flesh, these have a super sweet, juicy flavor and are great on there own, wrapped in prosciutto or added to a cold dessert.

Lemon Drop Melon

Both sweet and lemon-tart, enjoy enjoy this melon sliced, frozen into a sorbet or blended into a smoothie.

mini seedless watermelon

Seedless Watermelon

Sweet and mild, this classic summer melon is bursting with juicy flavor and perfect right out of the fridge or added to salsas, salads, popsicles or granitas.

Red Cherries

With their bright red color and slightly tart flavor these little gems are ideal for baked goods or pressed into a hydrating juice.

white peaches

White Peaches

Full of juicy sweet, floral flavor, these soft peaches are delicious on ice cream or caramelize perfectly for a summer cobbler, pie or galette.

red grapes

Seedless Red Grapes

With a perfect balance of sweetness and tang these grapes will add a juicy pop of flavor to any summer adventure and can be enjoyed solo, on a grilled crostini or made into a flavorful jam.

gold kiwi

Gold Kiwi

Slightly sweeter than its green companion, the gold kiwi has more tropical flavor notes like mango, pineapple and citrus making it a sweet snack, a juicy salad topping or a tropical dessert topping.

Vidalia Onions

Known for their mild, sweet taste and crisp texture, they're perfect for grilling or adding raw to salads for a delicate punch of flavor.

cucumber bunch

Cucumbers

Refreshing and mildly sweet this hydrating vegetable can be infused into water, added to salads for some crunch or turned into some homemade pickles!

Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe

With a bright orange flesh, these have a super sweet, juicy flavor and are great on there own, wrapped in prosciutto or added to a cold dessert.

Lemon Drop Melon

Both sweet and lemon-tart, enjoy enjoy this melon sliced, frozen into a sorbet or blended into a smoothie.

mini seedless watermelon

Seedless Watermelon

Sweet and mild, this classic summer melon is bursting with juicy flavor and perfect right out of the fridge or added to salsas, salads, popsicles or granitas.

Red Cherries

With their bright red color and slightly tart flavor these little gems are ideal for baked goods or pressed into a hydrating juice.

white peaches

White Peaches

Full of juicy sweet, floral flavor, these soft peaches are delicious on ice cream or caramelize perfectly for a summer cobbler, pie or galette.

red grapes

Seedless Red Grapes

With a perfect balance of sweetness and tang these grapes will add a juicy pop of flavor to any summer adventure and can be enjoyed solo, on a grilled crostini or made into a flavorful jam.

gold kiwi

Gold Kiwi

Slightly sweeter than its green companion, the gold kiwi has more tropical flavor notes like mango, pineapple and citrus making it a sweet snack, a juicy salad topping or a tropical dessert topping.

Vidalia Onions

Known for their mild, sweet taste and crisp texture, they're perfect for grilling or adding raw to salads for a delicate punch of flavor.

cucumber bunch

Cucumbers

Refreshing and mildly sweet this hydrating vegetable can be infused into water, added to salads for some crunch or turned into some homemade pickles!

More Reasons to Eat with the Seasons

package icon Better Quality & Better Flavor

Because seasonal produce is likely recently picked, it hasn't been sitting on a truck or in a warehouse for an extended period. It also retains its nutritional value and rich flavor since some antioxidants, such as vitamin C and folate, rapidly decline when stored.

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When you buy peak-season produce, you're reinvesting in your community. Sprouts Farmers Market is proud to work with local and regional farmers across the country to bring you and your family the best-tasting, freshest produce around!

climate icon Good for the Planet

Seasonal growing is less harmful for the environment than growing out-of-season crops. In fact, buying seasonal produce can actually help the environment because it reduces water and land use, pollution and loss of soil.

plastics icon Good for Your Wallet

Out-of-season produce is often trucked in from areas with varying growing climates, making it costly to transport locally. In-season crops allow farmers to harvest more crops and sell at lower prices—which keeps more money in your wallet.

We're Proud to Bring You the Freshest Local Produce Around

Our local farmers play a big role in delivering peak-season picks. That means you’re getting the freshest produce while supporting communities close to home.
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