Is the wonky veg movement a good thing?

Is the wonky veg movement a good thing?

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The creation of a market for wonky fruit and veg to reduce wastage seems like a win-win solution for producers and consumers right? Not necessarily, there are consequences for the increasing demand for cheaper, less perfect veg, which can hit the poorest in society the most. This article explores some home truths about the ‘ugly’ side of the fruit and veg industry.

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