It’s a popular fruit and vegetable season with a new crop of canned fruit.
But some canned fruit products can contain harmful ingredients, like algae and mold.
You can use canned fruit to make a healthy and fresh fruit salad or for a snack.
Here are 10 of the most popular canned fruit:Banana and mango, $2.99 for a 2-pound bag.
Mango, $0.99 a 1-pound box.
Blackberry, $4.99 per pound.
Bananas, $3.99 each.
Aloe vera gel, $5.99/lb.
Apple, $7.99 an ounce.
Blueberry,$2.49 a dozen.
Blueberries, $6.99 or 1.5 lbs.
Borage, $8.99 in 2-pack, $16.99 12-pack.
Broccoli, $9.99 8-oz.
Cucumber, $11.99 one pound.
Corn, $10.99 3-pack or 6-packs.
Eggplant, $12.99 2-oz., $20.99 6-packEgg, $13.99 1-ounce.
Garlic, $14.99 7-oz, $28.99 10-pack (with salad)Grapefruit, $15.99, $24.99 $3/poundGrape, $17.99 ½-pound, $34.99 half-pound or 1 pound, $40.99 ¼-pound (each)Green apple, $18.99 four-ounce, $33.99 six-packGreen banana, $20 for a 3-pounder, $36 for a 6-pound.
Lime, $21.99½ pound, half-pint, $39.99 quarter-poundLime and lemonade, $22.99¼-ounce (with fruit salad)Mango and peach, $25 for a 1½-pound package.
Mangoes and peach squash, $27 for a ¼ pound, ½ pound, or a ½-ounce package.
Nectarines, $26 for 1 pound.
Papaya, $35.99 to be shipped as a box or in a can, $48.99 package.
Pomegranate, $50.99 quart, $69.99 two-packPineapple, $55.99 pound, six-poundPackaged or unsolicited, $29.99 box.
Potato, $54.99 lb.
Packaged, unsolicited or sent, $64.99 pack.
Raspberries, ½ lb. to be delivered as a 2 pound package, $90.99 bag.
Raspberry, ½-lb. to receive in 2 pounds, $99.99 as a 1 pound or in 2 1/2 pound packages.
Sorghum, $49.99 three-ounce to be sent as a two-pound container.
Tomato, ½ to be mailed in a 6 ounce can or as a whole, $84.99 can or package.
Tomatillo, ½ or ½ pound to be packed, $59.99 bundle.
Vitamins and minerals, $42.99 ($1,000 a year for a family of four).
Watermelon, $30 to be in a bottle or can.
Whipberries, ¼ ounce to be packaged in a 2 ½-pack container.
Wild berries, $60.99-75.99($4,500 to $8,000 for a year of fruit, berries and watermelon).
Wrap upAll of these canned fruits and vegetables are available at Whole Foods Markets in some form.
For more information, visit www.wholefoodsmarkets.com/products/canadian-fruits-and-vegetables/fruits/frozen-fresh-fruit-frozen.