March 3, 2014

Why the World's Favorite Fruit Is Dying

Gwynn Guilford, Quartz

The Associated Press

During harvest last year, banana farmers in Jordan and Mozambique made a chilling discovery. Their plants were no longer bearing the soft, creamy fruits they’d been growing for decades.

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