Ratios of components in frozen fruit and vegetable mixes.
One can buy various frozen products these days. Some of them are mixes of multiple kinds of vegetables or fruits. I am curious what the ratios of components are. E.g. the cheapest component is probably should be present the most. Also just separating them apart and taking a picture in this “disassembled” state would be fun.
As a followup, based on discoveries above, one could estimate whether it is cheaper to buy mixes instead of each component separately.
As another followup, it would interesting to estimate how much “water” (or ice) one buys by buying a mix. It is not obvious how to compare frozen with fresh produce.
And yet another followup - compare the distribution of real fruit inside to what is shown on the package. I speculate that the former will be biased toward cheaper components.