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Foods To Eat In February


Food shopping is already a pretty time consuming task, but not knowing what to buy when you get there can be overwhelming and pricey. However, purchasing seasonal foods is a healthy and cost effective way to approach food shopping. Grocery stores tend to stock up on seasonal items because they are plentiful, making them less expensive for you. 

Why should you eat in-season foods?

  • You will gain better nutrition
  • It makes environmental sense
  • You will save money
  • Foods will taste better


For a more in depth explanation about why eating in-season foods is the way to go – click here. However firstly, have a look at the fruits, vegetables, meat, game, fish and seafood that are all in-season for February below.



Apple            Banana            Clementine          Grapefruit     

Lemon          Orange           Pomegranate        Rhubarb            



Brussels Sprout        Cabbage            Cauliflower                Celeriac  

Celery                     Chicory              Jerusalem Artichoke    Kale                     

Leek                        Onion               Pak Choi                     Parsnip                          

Purple Sprouting Broccoli                      Radicchio                Spring Onion         

Swede                      Sweet Potato     Turnip               


Meat & Game

Beef            Chicken              Lamb           

Pork                Venison      


Fish & Seafood

Cod            Mussels            Oysters          



For more about healthy eating please click on the boxes below. 

Are you thinking about adding something to your health and wellbeing programme? Call Anna on 07778 218009 to discuss how our Power Up & Motivate With Positive Nutrition Workplace Wellbeing Series may be of use to you. Alternatively email

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