Seasonal Produce Guide For fresh, look for: firm skins with no soft spots; yields to gentle pressure Provides: healthy fats, vitamin E, and vitamin B6 High in:
In the Kitchen with CNP
Seasonal Produce Guide For fresh, look for: shiny, firm, brightly colored Provides: fiber, folate, potassium High in: vitamin C Enjoy: in salads, smoothies, baked goods,
Seasonal Produce Guide For fresh, look for: crisp, green leaves Good source of: potassium, vitamin B-6, & iron High in: vitamin A, vitamin C Good
In April 2021, CNP is focused on dry lentils. Lentils are both a protein and a vegetable, are full of nutrients, and easy on your budget.
In March 2021, CNP is focused on dry cereal. This month, CNP is all about dry cereal! Whole-grain, low sugar cereals are a great addition to a healthy breakfast and make crunchy, on-the-go-snacks.
In February 2021, CNP is all about peanut butter. Peanut butter is an affordable protein choice that can be used in all kinds of ways.
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