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From: TY Freberg (66.27.122.199)
Subject:         The grocery produce aisle...
Date: November 15, 2008 at 7:42 pm PST

A man told me, "...they do taste good, even though baby carrots don't exist; they're just cut that way: 'baby
cut' carrots."
Apparently (after questioning where had he heard such a statement): there are produce workers at area grocery
stores who tell store customers there are really only
"baby cut" carrots or large, mature carrots cut to
look tiny... A true (for real) "baby" carrot is
simply an immature or less grown (a carrot that
has been physically developing during a lesser
span of time) carrot; right?!
There are also bags with printed labels declaring
'baby cut' carrots which are mature, larger carrots
cut to only seem tiny: but there are packers/producers
of real baby carrots (ones picked early in life) who do not cut larger ones to a smaller size (perhaps not at every store, hence the declaration from a produce
shopping male).


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