Honestly, it's such a shame bananas don't have a protective skin on them.
Because it's just a damn tragedy that you can't sell a banana without putting it in a plastic bag.
It's so good that these micro potatoes have been shrink-wrapped, because there's physically no way to get rid of the skin.
And these delicate sweet potatoes needed plastic to protect them from the harshness of the outside world.
If anything, this mango probably needs more packaging.
Thank goodness someone found a way to protect melons!
This gift tray of potatoes seems like the best way to sell them.
This is how tomatoes grow, isn't it?
And this potato has been packaged just the way nature intended.
One layer of plastic wasn't even enough for this chicken.
Swedes need to be protected at all costs.
It's wonderful that humanity has finally found a solution to the difficult problem of protecting delicate coconuts.
Finally, they are safe.
If only onions had a flaky outer layer you could peel off.
And if only apples had a skin covering them.
It's such a shame that lettuces don't have layers.
And it's so unfortunate that cauliflowers don't come with leaves protecting them on the outside.
It's lucky that these aubergines have been placed in a protective germ-free plastic bag.
But at least these plantains will be safe in their shrink-wrapped home.
It's good this garlic has been placed in this package, in case you wanted to lick the outer layer.
It's such a shame that clementine skins are so useless.
Honestly, fruits really are just useless at protecting themselves!