There are a bunch of US-based food-delivery companies (such as Imperfect Produce, Hungry Harvest and Perfectly Imperfect) that are encouraging us to embrace so-called "ugly" produce. From carrots with two legs, oranges with spots, and oddly shaped tomatoes, so much "imperfect" food is wasted in this country that it's quite remarkable—especially when considering the divide between those who can afford fresh produce and those who can't. Luckily this movement—selling imperfect or discarded food for less—seems to be catching on, and not a moment too soon. Besides, a two-legged carrot tastes just the same. Read more at The Guardian.