Which of the following facts is NOT true about cranberries?
a. A ripe cranberry will bounce, a bit like a "Super Ball."
b. They're also known as "Bearberries" because bears eat them.
c. Only 5% of cranberries are sold fresh.
d. One of only three fruits native to North America.
e. 75% of cranberries in the U.S. are consumed around the Thanksgiving holiday
Which is the correct order of Burgundy villages from north to south?
a. Chablis, Cote De Nuits, Cote De Beaune, Cote Chalonnaise, Maconnais, Beaujolais
b. Cote De Beaune, Cote Chalonnais, Maconnais, Beaujolais, Cote De Nuits, Chablis
c. Chablis, Maconnais, Cote Chalonnais, Beaujolais, Cote De Nuits, Cote De Beaune
d. Chablis, Beaujolais, Cote De Beaune, Cote De Nuits, Maconnais, Cote Chalonnais
e. Cote Chalonnais, Cote DeBeaune, Cote De Nuits, Chablis, Beaujolais, Maconnais
What is the minimum amount (by percentage) of grape material allowed in U.S. wines?
Which of the following is TRUE?
a. The average piece of produce travels more than 500 miles in the supply chain.
b. The first large-scale urban farming project was established in Detroit.
c. The world's largest vertical farm is currently housed in Chicago.
d. 25% of all food in the U.S. is wasted.
e. The term "vertical farming" was coined in a 1944 book, The Vertical Farm.