Here is the question :
WHAT KIND OF BEAN IS NAMED AFTER THE CAPITAL OF PERU?
Here is the option for the question :
- Navy bean
- Lima bean
- Pinto bean
- Garbanzo bean
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC00732] The cultivation of beans on the South American continent dates back more than 7,000 years, and the modest lima bean is one of the beans that has been farmed the longest. The fact that it has the same name as the capital of Peru is not a coincidence: Lima, the city in Peru where Spanish colonizers first came into contact with the bean during the reign of the Incas in the 16th century, gave the bean its name. The bean is so entrenched in the cultural history of the region that it appeared on the pottery of the Mochica peoples, whose civilization flourished in the coastal valleys of northern Peru from around 100 to 700 CE. The Spanish were the ones who brought the bean to both Europe and the Americas, both of which saw rapid growth in its popularity.