We're wondering the same thing!

Bartlett Pears: scarred on the skin (every scar tells a story, though!)
Cilantro: overpurchased by the original buyer
Cabernet Tomatoes: surplus
Celery: slightly discolored
Eggplant: surplus and didn’t meet size requirements
Empire Apples: their shapes and sizes were too wacky for the original buyer to handle
Honeydew: undersized and rejected for having some “exterior skin defects”
Kumquats: overpurchased by the original buyer
Collard Greens: overpurchased by the original buyer
Mixed Color Beets: crazily shaped and sized
Mixed Color Carrots: crazily shaped and sized
Organic Pluot: surplus crop
Pomegranate: scarred outer skin
Red Beets: surplus root crop (root crops are commonly rejected for surplus reasons)
Spaghetti Squash: rejected from grocery store because of scarring
Sweet Onions: these beauties couldn’t find a buyer, a home, or a belly!
Sweet Potatoes: surplus, off-sized
Valencia Oranges: undersized and rejected for having “exterior skin defects”

 

 

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