Vermont journalist Estabrook traces the sad, tasteless life of the mass-produced tomato, from its chemical-saturated beginnings in south Florida to far-flung supermarkets. Estabrook looks at the tomato’s ancestors in Peru, grown naturally in coastal deserts and Andean foothills and concludes this thought-provoking book with innovators trying to build a better tomato.
Thursday, November 14, 6:30 p.m.
Location: Bangor Public Library
Leader: Joyce Rumery
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