The yellow Cavendish bananas most of us eat today have been bred to be seedless. The little black dots in the middle of the banana are immature seeds that won’t develop. However, some wild banana fruits do contain hard seeds.
Carrots experienced a resurgence in popularity in the U.S. when “baby carrots” were introduced in 1986. Since then, baby carrots have become the fastest-growing segment of the carrot industry and are among the most popular produce items sold in supermarkets.