Raley's to pilot imperfect produce sales

Raley’s plans to begin selling aesthetically imperfect fruit and vegetables at 10 stores in Northern California in July, according to a company spokesperson.

The retailer has partnered with Imperfect Produce to offer scarred, over- or under-sized or misshapen produce at a reduced cost to customers. According to its website, Imperfect Produce sources products from farms across California.

The pilot program at Raley’s

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