In celebration of the Concord grape harvest, which occurs for a just a few short weeks each fall, Welch’s has partnered with Zagat to create the first-ever guide on eating local and seasonal food: “Taste the Harvest: How and where to eat fresh, local and seasonal.”
The guide profiles restaurants across the U.S., known for cooking with local produce and tips on how to cook local and seasonal food at home. We can learn more about how to incorporate seasonal produce to boost the color, flavor and heart-healthfulness of meals.
What’s included in the Welch’s and Zagat “Taste the Harvest” guide?
• Zagat Ratings & Reviews for restaurants in 16 US markets recognized for their farm-to-table practices
• A selection of farmers markets across the country;
• A “What Produce is in Season When” list;
• Tips for incorporating heart-healthy, seasonal fruits and vegetables into your diet;
• Exclusive seasonal recipes authored by Registered Dietitians;
• Profile of a Welch’s family-farmer owner, who plants, cares for, and harvests Welch’s Concord grapes
Be sure to check out watch the Welch’s Harvest Video to get an insiders’ view on what happens during the annual Harvest season, such as when ripe Welch’s grapes are pressed into juice within 8 hours of harvesting so you and your family can enjoy the delicious, bold taste all year long! At the end, savings are unlocked and you can choose any ONE coupon from 100% Juice, Jams & Jellies, Sparkling and Refrigerated cocktails to take advantage of!!
Welch’s is a name I have always, and probably will continue, to associate with grape products. I grew up with Concord grapevines in my yard, and anytime I enjoy a Welch’s product, it brings me back to my childhood, to the forts we built under those grapevines, to the attempts, successes and failures with my mom when we tried to make our own homemade jelly or jam. (We decided after a few years that it might be best to leave that to the experts!)
I received samples of this product in exchange for my post. Opinions are my own.