Vegetables

Worldly Watermelon: Delicious Preferences Around the World

By Brandie Piper Monsanto Corporate Engagement (Originally published in Discover Monsanto) You can slice it, cube it, or juice it and eat it with any meal or as a snack, and you can eat it at any time of day on any day of the year because they’re grown...
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Vegetables in Action – Cotton

Cotton is grown on every habitable continent, providing clothing, home goods and food to the world. The crop grows mainly in areas that have subtropical climates, like Puerto Rico. The part of the cotton plant that most people are familiar with is the...
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Question of the Week – If we need GMOs to produce enough food, why do we waste $165 billion in uneaten food every year?

Each week, we will answer a question from our readers regarding our operations and community outreach here in Puerto Rico. This week we answer the question, “if we need GMOs to produce enough food, why do we waste $165 billion in uneaten food every...
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