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Fruits Market – Top 5 Fruits to Buy

Summertime is peak season for fresh fruits! Here are the top 5 fruits you should buy at the market this season, along with some tips on how to select the best specimens.

1: Strawberries

Strawberries are quintessential summer fruits. They’re perfect for topping off a picnic dessert or for eating out of hand as a refreshing snack. Look for strawberries that are deep red in color and have green caps still attached. Avoid strawberries that are bruised or have white or green patches, as these indicate that they aren’t ripe yet.

2: Peaches

Nothing says summer quite like a juicy peach! When selecting peaches at the market, look for specimens that give slightly to palm pressure and have a fragrant aroma. Avoid peaches that have bruises or brown patches, as these bruises will only worsen as the fruit continues to ripen.

3: Nectarines

Nectarines are very similar to peaches, but with one key difference: nectarines have smooth skin, while peaches have fuzzy skin. Other than that, the two fruits can be used interchangeably in recipes. When selecting nectarines, look for fruit that yields slightly to palm pressure and has a sweet aroma. Avoid nectarines with bruising or brown patches, as these indicate that the fruit is overripe.

4: Cherries

Cherries are another classic summer fruit. Sweet cherries are perfect for eating out of hand, while sour cherries are ideal for baking. When selecting cherries at the market, look for plump fruit with glossy skins. The cherries should be firm to the touch and should not have any bruised or brown spots.

5: Watermelon

Watermelon is the perfect summer treat! It’s refreshing, hydrating, and low in calories—what more could you ask for? When selecting a watermelon at the market, look for a melon that is symmetrical in shape and has a dull sheen to the skin. The watermelon should also feel heavy for its size—this indicates that it’s nice and juicy on the inside. Avoid watermelons with bruises, navigate spots, or cuts in the skin.

Fruits Market Conclusion:

These are just a few of our favorite seasonal fruits! Be sure to stop by your local farmers market to pick up some produce and try out some new recipes featuring fresh fruits this summertime!

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