Scientists have been developing amazing variants of vegetables & fruits
which are said to taste the same as the normal varieties, but
in return make our food more colorful.
Rainbow chard -white, red, pink, yellow stems & savored green
are looking forever new experiences on their dinner plates and
color features very large in their desire for different things.
These are the results of traditional selective breeding - where different
strains have been crossbred until these strains have been created.
While traditionalists may baulk at the unusual colors, it is not
the first time that plant breeders have changed the appearance of
Until the 17th century most carrots eaten in Europe were white, yellow
or purple. The orange pigment was added by Dutch plant breeders looking
for a way to celebrate Holland's royal family.
Researchers have selectively bred carrots with pigments that reflect
almost all colors of the rainbow.