Playing in Still Life, δημοσίευση Aesthetica [9/12/2022]Marilena Pateraki
It is estimated that total food waste is over 2.5 billion tonnes, close to 40%. A proportion of this figure is made up of so-called “imperfect” produce: fruits and vegetables considered to be discoloured, distorted or misshapen in some way. Supermarkets have, historically, been known to turn these items away – despite their visual quirks having no impact on quality, flavour or nutrition. Recently, however, studies have shown a growing interest in these “wonky” fruit and vegetables, with chains likes Lidl, ASDA and Morrisons stocking boxes of irregular-looking food as an often a cheaper alternative to the mainstream.
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