September is National Fruits & Veggies Month, a holiday established by the USDA to bring greater attention to the health benefits of eating fruits and vegetables.
The message is not only to “make the most of summer produce while it’s still available,” but to integrate more fruits and vegetables into your daily meals. It’s pretty easy: Here’s how.
So who’s tops in produce?
WHAT AMERICANS ARE BUYING
More specifically, it surveyed consumers on their most-purchased fruits and vegetables.
CHANGES FROM LAST YEAR
The chart below lists the most frequently-purchased fruits and vegetables in 2021 in the U.S. What’s new?
O.K., maybe that’s not so exciting unless you’re a grocery store produce manager. But take a look:
Where do your favorites rank on the list?
 What are America’a Top 20 fruits and veggies? Apples are the #4 fruit (photo © Envy Apples | Facebook).
 Broccoli is #6 on the vegetables list (photo © Burpee).