It's easy to blame someone else for food waste. If this is really a $2.6 trillion issue, as the United Nations estimates, then who's in charge of fixing it?
Turns out, we the eaters play a big role here.
When we shop with our eyeballs in the produce aisle, our expectations for perfection contribute to the problem.
We've come to expect a dazzling array of eye candy with beautiful displays of cosmetically perfect fruits and vegetables.
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