Scientists who study avocados usually focus on the fruit's flesh, but a team of researchers found surprising benefits in a part that's usually tossed.
A study found subsidizing produce could save almost 115,000 more lives than a soda tax in the U.S.
"Primary care physicians are looking for it more than they have in the past and we are finding it," Guillian said.
The report warns that many conventionally grown fruits and vegetables are contaminated with pesticides.
Not all early humans were carnivores.
Some scientists say they now know exactly how much of the good stuff we should be eating.
Wal-Mart is trying to show that looks aren't everything by stocking some Florida shelves with apples that have blemishes on them.
Whole Foods received a scathing letter from the Food and Drug Administration after inspectors found over a dozen violations at a manufacturing site.
A U.K. supermarket chain is offering the discounted boxes of vegetables that might look a little odd on the outside but are still good to eat.
One study indicates that spending more on food leads to a lower risk for diabetes and obesity.