- Students from Sweden have found a novel way to fight food waste — turn expiring fruits and vegetables into powder.
- It's entirely safe to eat an apple in its entirety, since the fruit technically does not contain a "core."
- Try these mouthwatering fresh apricot recipes and other creative ways to eat or drink the healthy treat.
- Low in fat and high in fiber, apricots are loaded with vitamins and minerals essential for a healthy diet.
- A team of psychologists at the University of Otago in New Zealand daily servings of fruit and vegetables also appeared to make younger people calmer, happier and more energetic.
- Women who eat lots of fruits and vegetables have lower risk of developing breast cancer, according to a study analysis.
- Government health officials are warning people against eating mangoes from Mexican supplier Agricola Daniella after linking it to a salmonella outbreak.
- Scientists have invented a spray that keeps bananas fresh for up to two weeks and stops them from spoiling and turning into brown, soggy mush.