Imperfect Foods
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about 2 years ago
Check out imperfect produce. They give a great variety of food to choose from and the usually deliver at times so your food won’t spoil outside if it’s too hot!
over 2 years ago
We have been using Imperfect for months and love it. Every week on Thursday I log on and plan what vegetables, fruit, snacks, and meat I'd like for the following week. We have found the quality to be great you just really need to eat within the first few days which is perfect because you'll get a whole new box the next week!
over 2 years ago
Our household, like many in 2020, made us fast experts in online grocery ordering. While we participated in CSA boxes and meal kit delivery services in the past, it never became routine, likely because I couldn't pick exactly what I wanted. With Imperfect, you choose exactly what you would like and while they might not have everything you need each week it's an amazing breadth of produce and groceries. Also, because the product is seen as waste because of an imperfect shape or color, it's an incredible value. (I've had reverse sticker shock, if that's a thing?) Imperfect Foods mission statement is to "Eliminate food waste and build a better food system for everyone". No argument here.

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over 2 years ago
It is estimated that 30% of all food produced in the U.S. goes to waste, which has harmful implications for our landfills as well as the energy & resources we use in producing this food. Imperfect Foods is tackling this problem by sourcing foods that otherwise would have gone to waste, and their home subscription model makes it super easy to get your groceries delivered to your door weekly. Even better, they now pick up the insulated liners & cool gel packs from prior deliveries (for re-use!), so there is little to no waste involved in the deliveries.

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over 3 years ago
Home delivery of slightly imperfect groceries - fresh produce, proteins, dairy, non-perishables.