What’s your favorite green?
It depends on where you live.
That’s the gist of the latest research from a study released Monday.
Researchers found that greenhouses in the U.S. are the most popular way to prepare vegetables.
The results of the study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and the University at Buffalo, came from an online survey of more than 2,600 people.
The research is the first to document greenhouses and their use.
Greenhouses aren’t only used to prepare green vegetables.
They can also be used to produce other crops, such as tomatoes, peppers, onions and corn.
The study found that people tend to buy more green foods at grocery stores than other locations.
And people tend not to buy them at the same price or price range they would at a farmer’s market, even if they are in the same county.
The researchers say this is because greenhouses tend to be smaller, and people typically do not know what to buy.
Greenhouse-grown fruits and vegetables are typically cheaper than those produced from a traditional farm.
The report is based on data from a survey conducted from 2010 to 2015 among 3,000 adults in the United States.
The survey included questions about food preparation, consumption habits, grocery store food prices, and the availability of greenhouses.
“We wanted to see if there is a consistent difference in the way consumers purchase green and other produce, or whether people tend or do not purchase green at a given price,” said lead author Jennifer G. Tuck, a professor of food studies at the university.
The findings, published in the journal Food and Brand Lab, were based on a sample of responses to the survey, which had a response rate of 60 percent.
The participants were asked to select a green or other produce and pick out the most expensive or least expensive option.
They were also asked to pick out one item they would not purchase at grocery store prices.
Tinkers findings showed that green vegetables tend to command a higher price than other produce.
Green vegetables are often sold at a higher-priced price, and that means the consumer will pay more for the green vegetables, which are more likely to be of higher quality.
“I think people think that they can buy green, but in fact, people tend have higher prices for green vegetables than for produce,” Tuck said.
Green food is often the least expensive among produce.
And the higher the price, the more people tend towards purchasing it.
That means that consumers tend to eat more of green vegetables if the price is high, Tinkes research found.
“It’s a lot easier for consumers to buy green if the prices are high, and then they can consume it,” she said.
Tucking said the study is the most comprehensive study to date of greenhouse use.
The first report on greenhouses came in 2012, which found that a quarter of the households surveyed used greenhouses to prepare their produce.
The latest survey also looked at greenhouses from 2010-2015.
The average price of a greenhouse was $1,965 per week, according to the study.
The most expensive greenhouse at the time was in Ohio, at $4,000 per week.
The cost per week for the most efficient greenhouse came in at $3,711.
That is, consumers were spending less money per week than they would for other food, such a tomatoes.
“The results are surprising,” Tink told ABC News.
“There’s no consistent relationship between the greenhouse and food consumption.”
She said people tend buy more greens at the grocery store because they have a sense of what they are getting.
“In general, people want to get more of a high quality product.
People think they can get more quality with a green,” she added.
Green foods tend to have a higher nutritional value than other fruits and veggies.
The USDA recommends that people consume between 15 and 30 grams of fiber per day, and green fruits and greens are a good source of that.
TINK said the findings show that green foods are often the most affordable, but the more expensive they are, the less they are eaten.
“People are often paying more for a green because they think it will be of a higher quality, but actually it’s a less nutrient dense product,” she explained.
The new study does not say how much more green is too much green.
But there is some evidence that consumers are choosing less green food to eat, because of the high cost.
Tinkle said that in some places, consumers are being forced to eat less green.
“Green food is generally considered cheaper, and it’s probably a lot cheaper than other foods, but there’s some evidence it’s being consumed less,” she told ABCNews.com.
“That’s probably one of the reasons we see a lot of kids and adolescents not eating vegetables or fruits.”
The study was funded by the National Institute of Health, the