It's damaged but "perfectly good to eat" – and saves on food waste.
Scientists at City University London have been trying to understand how to feed and save the world for the next generation. Their answer - "the planetary health diet" - which does not completely banish meat and dairy but does require a shift from meat to vegetable consumption. Here is a daily breakdown of what you should be eating.
Customers said it would make them keep fresh food for longer.
'The majority of the vegetable’s nutrients are in the skin.'
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