Here is a really interesting chart about how much Americans pay for fruits and vegetables. I found this article on National Geographic and they used research from the USDA in this colorful chart. They looked at the differences in cost per serving vs cost per pound and fresh fruits/veggies vs frozen vs canned vs dried vs juice. These obviously seem cheap since they are on a serving level and I'm sure we all have different expectations of how many servings we actually eat for a given meal. But it shows that fruits and vegetables are not that pricey. Apparently, the most bang for your buck lies in green beans and watermelons. What would be even more interesting if they had a chart for costs per nutritional value if there was some metric to use for that.