This is an irregularly shaped Bell pepper, an example of the kind of “imperfect” produce that Raley’s will begin selling in 10 of its supermarkets, starting July 11, 2015. Most of the 10 stores in the Sacramento area. Imperfect produce will be sold at a discount of 25 percent or more under the “Real Good” program, designed to reduce food waste and help growers. Raley’s says it’s the first major grocer in the nation to launch such a program.
This is an irregularly shaped Bell pepper, an example of the kind of “imperfect” produce that Raley’s will begin selling in 10 of its supermarkets, starting July 11, 2015. Most of the 10 stores in the Sacramento area. Imperfect produce will be sold at a discount of 25 percent or more under the “Real Good” program, designed to reduce food waste and help growers. Raley’s says it’s the first major grocer in the nation to launch such a program. Uli Westphal Uli Westphal
This is an irregularly shaped Bell pepper, an example of the kind of “imperfect” produce that Raley’s will begin selling in 10 of its supermarkets, starting July 11, 2015. Most of the 10 stores in the Sacramento area. Imperfect produce will be sold at a discount of 25 percent or more under the “Real Good” program, designed to reduce food waste and help growers. Raley’s says it’s the first major grocer in the nation to launch such a program. Uli Westphal Uli Westphal

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July 09, 2015 12:23 PM

Raley’s to offer imperfect produce at discount to reduce food waste

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