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While 5 million Australians go hungry each year, an estimated 7.3m tonnes of food is wasted. In Australia, up to 25% of all vegetables produced never leave the farm, often because they are too oddly shaped for the grocery store.
All the while, these reject fruits and vegetables – also known as “imperfect produce” – remain perfectly good to eat.