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Saving on Fruits and Vegetables

myplateMyPlate Graphic shows that you should fill half your plate with fruits and vegetables. Below you will find some links to help you get the most fruits and vegetables for your money.

 

 

Buying Guide for Kansas-Grown Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

Carotenoid (Vitamin A) Food Sources: Fruits and Vegetables "Best Buys" Guide

Cruciferous (Cabbage Family) Vegetables: "Best Buys" Guide

Farmer's Market Poster/Placement

Fiber-Rich Fruits and Vegetables: a "Best Buys" Guide

Fruits and Vegetables Poster/placemat

Good Sources of Vitamin C: Fruits and Vegetables "Best Buys" Guide

Healthful canned, frozen and fresh fruits & vegetables

More Plants on the Plate

What can you get for $6 when buying fruits and vegetables???

Satisfying, Affordable Fruits and Vegetables  -- Good for You Newsletter also available in Spanish

Getting Help with Buying Food

Food and Nutrition Assistance Program--USDA

Commodities

Kansas Food Resources

SNAP-Ed

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)