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    Sucking eggs and smashed avocados, have scientists really found the solution to stopping green fruit turn brown? And while we’re on the subject of inventions to stop a fruit turning brown, Sputnik decided to have a search for other useful – or useless inventions out there for food.

    Back to the avocado fresh test, it's not really about daft foodies putting avo's in the refrigerator but about combating the amount of potential avocado waste during the eating and processing of them.

    "It's one of those fruits that you buy and eat where you inherently suffer disappointment, because it's already gone brown or it goes to waste," Hastings told Mashable Australia adding that it was aimed at large-scale food makers.

    "Like fast food restaurants or airlines," Hastings said without ruling out the possibility of replicating the technology for the consumer market in the future.

    Meanwhile grandmothers will suck eggs and probably a few lemons too at the thought of people mindlessly putting food in a fridge when it isn't necessary.


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