When carrots were cultivated in Afghanistan 1,000 years ago, they were purple. Throughout the ages there have been white, red and yellow carrots as well. It was the Dutch, who in patriotic allegiance to the House of Orange (the Dutch Royal family) propagated the bright orange variety that is commonplace today.
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