Orange Salad has Smaller Carbon Footprint than Orange Juice

The appetizing Orange Salad below from Foods for Health (National Geographic books - September 9, 2014) by chef and author Barton Seaver and nutritionist P.K. Newby illustrates orange segment.

Orange Salad

In addition to historical facts and how to choose and use tips, Foods for Health reminds us that California produces most of the fresh oranges we buy at our local store.

Fresh California oranges have smaller carbon footprint than orange juice from Florida as they don't require processing and much less packaging.

( Excerpted from Foods for Health by Barton Seaver and P. K. Newby- published by National Geographic; September 9, 2014)

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