To say that fruits and vegetables come from nature is a bit of an overstatement. Though it could technically grow in the wild, the organic apple you buy in the supermarket was grown with human intervention at every step, from the planting to the pollinating to the harvesting. That's right, the pollinating. Farmers don't leave pollination of their crops up to the whims of whatever bees are around. Instead, the agriculture industry practices what's known as "migratory beekeeping"—basically, taking honeybees on road trips.
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