Winner Winner Veggie Dinner
With the coronavirus pandemic's effects on daily life, it seems like many of us are eating fewer fresh fruits and vegetables. "I'm hearing that is a struggle, yes," says Seattle-based registered dietitian Ginger Hultin, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and owner of ChampagneNutrition. "With people getting to the store less, it's more of a challenge to keep fresh produce on hand specifically." Between that limited access as well as the financial pressures so many of us are facing, when we are able to get fresh produce into our homes, many of us want to ensure that it's getting used and not wasted. Here are the fruits and vegetables that will stay fresh longer vs. those that won't, as well as some tips for using and storing all of them.