WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?

NEW CHAPTER | 07-05-2015

When we see sugar beets growing in a field, we do not connect the dots and relate them to the sugar cubes we buy at the supermarket. When we walk around in the supermarket, putting food in our shopping cart, it’s hard for us to realise how many hands, actions and operations our food has passed through to get there. Let alone realise where they come from or what their plant even looks like. Ever wondered how your brussel sprouts sprout to life? Check it out below.

 

SUGAR

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PINEAPPLE

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BRUSSEL SPROUTS

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CASHEW NUTS

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DATES

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PEANUTS

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AVOCADO

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STRAWBERRIES

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BANANA

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RICE

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MILK

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POPCORN

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COFFEE

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QUINOA

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SALT & PEPPER

Image credits:  rejik & jfgallery

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