• April Sales Cycles

    April Seasonal Sales Cycles - the following information is a compiled list that takes the following factors into consideration: Traditional Sales/Deals, Occasions, National Monthly Promotions, as well as Produce in season for the month of April.

    Occasions to be aware of:
    • April Fools Day
    • Arbor
      Day
    • Earth Day
    • Easter/Ostara/Passover (depending on the year/sometimes takes place in march)
    Traditional April Promotions:
    • Daylight Savings Time Promos
    • National Garden Week
    • Medication Safety Week
    • Income Tax (various promotions)
    • Secretary’s/Administrative Professional’s Week
    • National Soyfoods Month
    • National Window Safety Week

    Fruits & Vegetables that are in Season for the Month of April:
    • New- Means the item just came into season
    • Peak - at it's best Price and Availability
    • Waning- means it's availability is declining- it's going out of season

    Fruits in Season
    Status
    Veggies In Season
    status
    Grapefruit Artichokes Peak
    Avocado, Hass New Asparagus Peak
    Nopales Beets New
    Orange, Navel Waning Broccoli
    Rhubarb, field Peak Cabbages
    Carrots
    Celeriac/Celery Root
    Chard Waning
    Fava Beans New
    Fennel
    Green Garlic Waning
    Greens (collards, Dandelion, Nettles)
    Kale Waning
    Leeks Waning
    Mushrooms, Morel Peak
    Onions, Spring
    Onions, Sweet (TX) New
    Peas- Edible Pods Peak
    Peas- English Shelling New
    Spinach Waning
    Spring Salad Mix Peak


    Sales & Deals you can Normally Expect in April:

    • Clearance Items- Olive Oil
    • Daylight Savings Promos- batteries, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide
      detectors/monitors
    • Earth Day Promos include organic food items, environmentally conscious products, energy savers, Various Coupon booklets for organic products
    • Easter/Ostara/Passover Deals- asparagus, ham, eggs, horseradish, butter, coconut and seasonal Jewish/passover items not generally available during other months

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