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  • Recipe Room  »  What’s in season in January?

    January-Is

    January is about pairing back on cooking and letting fresh summer produce shine. Think nectarines, peaches, mangoes, cherries, avocados, eggplants and sweetcorn.

    The FoodWise Seasonal Meal Plan is a collection of recipes for you to make the most of seasonal produce in January.

    By choosing recipes around seasonality, you eat food that is as flavourful and nutritious as possible and usually travelled shorter distances to reach your plate. Plus, it’s also a great way to save money.

    The following is a rough guide to what’s in season this January:   JANUARY-Fruit-and-Veg

     

    Local farmers markets are a great way to find out what’s in season, support local growers and feed your household with fresh, nutritious produce.

    Find out the location of your closest farmers market at the Australian Farmers Markets Association website.

    Fresh fruit and vegetable co-ops and delivery services are another easy way to eat seasonally. Find out more at Local Harvest.

    Check out our FoodWise Local farmers markets are a great way to find out what’s in season, support local growers and feed your household with fresh, nutritious produce.

    Find out the location of your closest farmers market at the Australian Farmers Markets Association website.

    Fresh fruit and vegetable co-ops and delivery services are another easy way to eat seasonally. Find out more at Local Harvest.

    Check out our FoodWise Seasonal Meal Plan for a customised meal plan for the week ahead.