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Apr 23, 2022

[Answer] What color were most carrots before the late 16th century?

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...We have the Dutch to thank for the orange carrots we know and love today. Prior to the 16th century, carrots were mostly purple in color, with some natural mutations resulting in occasional yellow or white variations. The Dutch took mutated purple carrots and bred them together with wild carrots to create orange variants.




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Purple:


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