When Good Bananas Go Bad
On this Moment of Science, When Good Bananas Go Bad. Have you ever wonder why bananas seem to go bad so quickly? And why do they develop those brown spots? Well, those spots are a natural part of the ripening process. You see, just like all fresh produce, your bananas are alive. They’re taking in oxygen to help them convert sugars into energy, and releasing carbon dioxide. This process is called respiration.


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