This post was sponsored by Fresh From Florida as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central, however all opinions expressed are my own.
I love living in Georgia. We can plant gardens fairly early and grow our own vegetables throughout part of the year. Another great thing about Georgia is that when our gardens aren’t growing (like right now), we can purchase Fresh From Florida produce to keep the fridge stocked and the kids well fed. I’m so thankful to the Florida farmers for making it easy for us to eat fresh all year round.
I have been able to find Fresh From Florida produce in both our local Kroger and our Publix. Knowing that the produce we buy didn’t travel far to reach us helps preserve the flavor and make us feel confident that we are buying local. Plus when we buy produce that is in season, we know we are saving money and getting the ultimate fresh taste.
On my most recent shopping trip, I was able to “Follow the Fresh” and pick up bell peppers, strawberries, tomatoes, mushrooms, radishes, beans, and cabbage, all with the Fresh From Florida logo. The logo is easily recognizable and spotted throughout the produce section.
My kids are always excited to see fresh produce come in the house because they know it means some of their favorite foods are coming their way. Radish dip especially is a favorite around here. In addition to radish dip, I plan to make coleslaw with the cabbage for later this week and use the tomatoes and peppers for our community group’s taco night tomorrow. Mushrooms and beans will make the perfect sides to grilled chicken on my meal plan for this upcoming week. The strawberries we will rinse off and leave out for the kids to munch on throughout the day.
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For more information from Fresh From Florida produce, simple head on over to social media. You can follow Fresh From Florida on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and visiting their recipe page. They often share recipes and ways to use your Fresh From Florida produce in delicious ways.