Michigan celery is available fresh from July through December, and this crunchy snack is as versatile as it is guilt-free.

Michigan celery facts:

  • Michigan ranks second in the nation for celery production
  • In 2009, Michigan harvested 105.5 million pounds of celery, worth $14.8 million
  • Michigan celery production began in Kalamazoo
  • Most of Michigan’s celery is grown in the southwest counties of the state

Nutrition:

  • Celery is a great source of vitamin C, potassium and dietary fiber
  • Celery is low in calories and cholesterol

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