Savings: Some grocery stores sell “second-class” products at a reduced price, so you can easily and conveniently save money while shopping.
Remember this: Misshapen vegetables and fruits may be removed from the shelf early, which can make them difficult to find. Some stores don’t accept “second-class” products at all.
Reducing your carbon footprint: Buying four misshapen products each week reduces your carbon footprint a little, but it is a great way to decrease food waste.
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