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            Can Consumers Change Their Minds About 'Ugly' Produce?

            Think of the last time you shopped for food. Those sliding glass doors open, and you're greeted by orderly rows of apples, pears and leafy green lettuce. "There's a reason that the grocery store sets up the produce at the front," says Tony Masco, VP of Midwest Operations at Imperfect Produce. "Because it's beautiful! The colors, and how it pops."

            Think with Krys Boyd

            How Romance Blinds Us

            Laurie Essig, professor and director of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Middlebury College, joins us to explain why we retreat into private relationships and how they can overshadow our contribution to the greater good.

            Nation/World News from NPR