Get Fresh! Produce Guide for Summer
Although blueberries can be stored for up to 5 days in the fridge, be sure to rinse them just before using or eating.
Antioxidants called anthocyanins give cherries their crimson color--the richer the hue, the better for you.
Who knew: Figs are technically a flower, not a fruit -- with a sweet honeysuckle scent that lets you know when they're ready to be eaten.
For a perfect appetizer or main dish, buy green beans that are bright in color and have a firm texture.
Squeeze a peach gently to tell when it's ripest -- its flesh should give slightly under the pressure of your fingers.
Made up of about 75 percent plum and 25 percent apricot, these plum look-alikes come in a range of hues.
Many supermarkets now stock more than one variety of tomato in the summertime. Get to know a few of the different types, and see what dishes work best with them.
Look for a whole melon that's heavy for it's size and skip any melons with cracks or soft spots.
MORE SUMMER PRODUCE
You should also keep an eye out for these fruits and vegetables at the market: