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Where Does Your Food Come From?? This lesson is from Virginia Tech and has not been edited by the Georgia Curriculum Office.
Being a Food Detective Food comes from world wide sources Hard to determine the origin of ingredients The label is a good starting point
Ingredients in Candy Bars Cocoa Sugar Soybeans Dairy
Cocoa Cultivation originated in Mexico and Central America Now grown in Tropical Countries Has bitter flavor
Sugar Processed from sugar cane or sugar beets Some from corn India & Cuba produce 1/3 of all sugar cane Sugar cane is also grown in the U.S. Sugar beets are grown all around the world
Soybeans Found in many types of products Grow all over the U.S.
Dairy Milk Cheese Cream
Fruits & Vegetables Generally seasonal Some available year round More expensive & lower quality out-of- season Imports Can use controlled environments to lengthen growing season
Examples of Fruits & Vegetables Available in Each Season in the U.S. WinterSpringSummerFall Avocadoes Brussels sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Grapefruit Potatoes Oranges Artichokes Asparagus Broccoli Lettuce Mushrooms Papayas Peas Pineapples Radishes Strawberries Sweet Potatoes Beans Apricots Beets Blueberries Lemons/Limes Corn Cherries Peaches Peppers Tomatoes Summer & Zucchini Squash Apples Grapes Melons Pears Pumpkins Squash
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