How to Pick the Perfect Peach

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It's a classic problem in agriculture: how to produce fruits and vegetables that taste good, look good, and can survive the often grueling journey from a distant farm to your supermarket. Food writer Russ Parsons talks about whether there's any hope for folks seeking farm-fresh flavor.

Russ Parsons, author, How to Pick a Peach: The Search for Flavor From Farm to Table; food and wine columnist, Los Angeles Times

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