On March 5, 2016, USA Today published an article on the movement to include “ugly food” in grocery stores. “Startups see potential in ‘ugly food’ rejected by supermarkets” looks at the trend overseas and examples of its spread in Boston and beyond.
“There have been huge campaigns in the UK in the last few years,” said Emily Leib, deputy director of the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation. “It’s been really looking at why do we have so much waste?”
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