One In Five Kids Don’t Know Apples Come From Trees

You know how the song goes: "I believe that children are the future, teach them well and let them lead the way..." Apparently, that includes where apples come from. A new poll has revealed that about a fifth of British children don’t know that apples come from trees.

Researchers polled 1,000 kids, age six to 12, and found that a significant amount of them don’t know where their favorite fruit really comes from. Out of those kids, about 20% don’t know that apples grow on trees, and 80% think that bananas do grow on trees.

After hearing about the survey, TV personality Katie Piper decided to team up with organic fruit juice company Honest Kids to offer a group of children the chance to spend a day on a fruit farm… to learn where the heck these fruits really do come from.

Source: Mirror

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