The grocery chain redefining food waste
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We’ve covered many examples of small businesses targeting food waste reduction, such as a restaurant that serves meals with ingredients past their sell by date, soups made from ‘ugly’ veg and edible powders made from freeze-dried fruit that’s almost reached expiration. Now, one of the world’s biggest grocery store franchises is also aiming to reduce food waste. Walmart has launched I’m Perfect, an initiative where apples with aesthetic imperfections will be sold in it’s supermarkets. The exterior blemishes or shape deformities that render apples unsellable by traditional grading systems can be caused by unusual weather patterns, and as well as…
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