Fri, 12/03/2010 - 3:15pm
It seems l ike food producers are always looking for new ways to increase product quality, and here’s a really interesting one: playing classical music. According to The Japan Times, a Japanese fruit company is using Mozart’s music to ripen it’s bananas. I have no idea if this actually works, but apparently it’s selling well. And it’s not only fruit companies who are “going bananas” for the classics. A Japanese sake brewing company is using Mozart during the brewing process.