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Bartlett Pears: surplus, as they were overpurchased by the original wholesaler
Cantaloupe: scarring on the outer skin
Celery: surplus, as they were overpurchased by the original wholesaler
Cabbage: “dirty” outer skin, but perfectly safe to eat!
Cucumbers: surplus!
Romaine Lettuce: surplus, as they were overpurchased by the original wholesaler
Honeycrisp Apples: misshapen and have small black spots on them. These cute tiny spots are calcium deposits. These deposits are very common on honeycrisp apples (it’s hard to grow them without the black spots, and since grocery stores will reject them if they have them, they can be expensive!)
Limes: surplus, as they were overpurchased by the original wholesaler
Mangos: some scarring on the outer skin
Navel Oranges: surplus, as they were overpurchased by the original wholesaler
Squash: misshapen (really small)
Starfruit: surplus
Tomatoes: scarred outer skin
Yellow Onions: rejected for some dirt on the skin
Yellow Squash: off-sized; they were “too small!”
Zucchini: off-sized; they were too big :/

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