This Is How Our Favorite Foods Look in Their Natural Habitats


We see so many fruits and vegetables in the grocery store every day, but often we have no idea how they got there. Check out the photos below that show many of our favorite foods in their natural growing environment!


Bananas
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Pistachios
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 Peanuts



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Black pepper

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Cocoa

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Mango

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Cashew

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Sesame

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Vanilla

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Cinnamon

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Pineapple

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Kiwi

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Almonds

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Coffee

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© inforegion.pe


Saffron

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© sfw.so
Brussels sprouts

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