Walmart Is Now Selling ‘Ugly’ Produce

Walmart Is Now Selling ‘Ugly’ Produce
Food & Beverage

The retail chain is stocking dented fruits and vegetables in an effort to combat food waste

Jiwon Kim
  • 25 july 2016

This week, America’s largest grocery store started selling unappealing-looking apples this week. These ugly apples will be a part of a line called “I’m Perfect.” This is a move to attract more consumers, gain profit and help relieve a huge food waste problem in the U.S. Walmart‘s decision to release these apples may encourage other companies to follow suit.

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