True, that. However, sometimes I'll eat a banana at the "perfect" stage of ripeness, and it will be dry, and completely void of flavor. This, in comparison to the creamy melt in your mouth texture, and the smooth awesome flavor of a perfect banana.
Nor, am I trying to argue. Just trying to place this bit of information in an appropriate brain file: does not matter vs. somewhat significant to my purchasing decisions.
We are all familiar with the difference between tree ripened peaches, and the bland pithy peaches often sold at the grocery store. And, a tomato which is shipped to the grocer before ripe pales in comparison to a vine ripened tomato.
I just noticed that both bunch of bananas have the 'organic' sticker - so the 'chemical' can't be 'bad'.
We've had organic bananas that were lousy, but most of them have been pretty good. Maybe it depends on the season they had? Beats me.