Imagine bins of exotic fruits and vegetables from all over the world in colors and sizes you’ve never seen before right next to familiar vegetables. There are mini-heads of lettuce, purple broccoli, dried celery and strawberries, and something called rambutan. Where are you? It’s a supermarket produce section, 2017.
Advances in food science, biotechnology, and food processing currently being studied by researchers will have a significant impact on our food choices in the future. Here’s what you can expect to see in your supermarket by 2017.
New Forms of Old Favorites
Agricultural Research Service scientists …