In a recent report that shocked absolutely no one, the American College Health Association found that 63 percent of college students are not eating enough fruits and vegetables.
Researchers Vinayak K. Nahar of Lincoln Memorial University, Manoj Sharma of Jackson State University and M. Allison Ford of the University of Mississippi set out to figure out how to improve students’ diets. The key? Easier access to healthy foods.
The latest fruit craze tastes just like cotton candy, only it’s in the form of a grape.
That’s right—cotton candy grapes are a real thing, delivering the flavor of the classic carnival treat, minus the sticky fingers that come after eating the spun sugar. But even though the grapes have been around for more than five years, they are incredibly difficult to find—in part because their season only lasts from August 10 to September 20.