By the time the Japanese begin planting new fruit trees, the fruit industry is already facing its biggest challenge yet.
Fruit is now considered a luxury product, and many Americans have no idea how to eat them.
Fruit baskets are now popping up everywhere in the U.S. But where does that leave the rest of us?
In the years since the advent of the modern banana, we have grown up to eat more than we ever imagined, and our eating habits are changing.
With each new crop, we are discovering that fruits are more nutritious and more varied than we imagined, even as our taste buds are still developing.
This story is part of a series of new series by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) called Food for Future Generations.
It explores how a growing number of Americans are choosing to change their eating habits to include less fruit and less processed foods.
The first in this series, “Seed of the Fruit,” focuses on the fruit that has become a staple in American life.
The second installment, “The Fruit of the Future,” is about how to get the most out of a plant that’s growing in popularity around the world.
This article has been updated to include a new, shorter title.
The following are NBER research articles.
“Is fruit a luxury?”
“Why Fruit Baskets are Popular” 3.
“What is the Future of Fruit?”
“Seeds of the fruit of the future: The fruit that’s become a household word” 5.
“How to use fruits to create delicious meals” 6.
“Can we eat more fruit than we think we can?”
“The fruits of the U: A look back at a century of food” 8.
“Do fruit and veg matter more or less than they used to?”
“Cereals that don’t suck: Fruit is a staple for many Americans” 10.
“Baking with fresh fruit: What’s the difference between fresh and frozen fruit?”
“When the fruit is ripe, how much do we need?”
“Will people be able to eat the fruits that are coming to market?”
“New flavors in the fruit aisle: A taste test of the new flavors coming to the grocery store” 14.
“A new kind of fruit: The new fruit basket” 15.
“Ripe fruits: How to grow ripe fruit” 16.
“Are fresh fruit more nutritious or less nutritious?”
“Who gets the most from a fruit basket?”
“Answers to the questions people ask about fruit”