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Buying fresh fruits can be quite expensive. Usually, they will be sold in a few kilograms and you risk to end up with some of the fruits that are less tasty or even bad.

Being a Smart Buyer

What if you could get all the great tastes and flavors for a fraction of the price? It’s actually possible, so long as you have a good plan. This article will show you what to do when buying fresh fruits.

Most fruits and vegetables go bad in a few days after being picked. And most people don’t learn this until they get a bad batch at the grocery store or farmers market.

To avoid this, you need to know which fruit ripens quickly and how to tell if it’s ripe before buying it.

Planning Consumption

Some examples of these fruits are bananas, mango, avocado and the likes. From there, it lets you plan your purchase and decide which one to be eaten first in your schedule.