Conventionally grown bananas are by far our top selling item to corner stores. And that isn’t surprising because they are relatively cheap, easy to eat, and, for most people, tasty. So what’s not to like? Actually, they have significant environmental and social costs. But there isn't really a viable alternative. So here we are.
Why don’t Americans eat more fruits and vegetables? An interview with chef/nutritionist Ranelle Kirchner
Only 9% of Americans eat recommended amounts of vegetables and only 12% eat the recommended amount of fruit. Why? We interviewed chef and nutritionist Ranelle Kirchner to get some answers