Imperfect isn’t usually a nice adjective, but Imperfect Foods is taking back the word with a new deal.
Imperfect Foods is a grocery delivery service trying to change the world, and so far they’ve been making good on that mission. To date, they’ve saved over 39 million pounds of “imperfect” foods from going to waste.
You might wonder why you’d pay for something imperfect, but that word has a different meaning to grocery stores and wholesalers than it does to everyone else. The food you’ll receive in your box might be irregularly-shaped or surplus, but it all tastes just as good.
I always find myself craving fresh produce once the weather gets warm, and I dream of big salads, crispy veggies, and refreshing fruits, which is why Imperfect Food’s current deal is the perfect way to start your summer off right. There’s no fee to join, and you’ll be charged once your groceries ship.
Each week you can choose your products, everything from produce to meats and eggs to snacks, or you can put your life in their capable hands and receive whatever they suggest. Instead of boring grocery stores and the inevitable lines at peak times these days, you can turn grocery shopping into a weekly present and surprise.