Imperfect Produce gets off-spec produce, or “ugly” fruit and vegetables that would normally end up in landfills, from markets and farms around the country and sells it to customers at a fraction of the price via a custom subscription program. Photo courtesy of Imperfect Produce

Imperfect Produce gets off-spec produce, or “ugly” fruit and vegetables that would normally end up in landfills, from markets and farms around the country and sells it to customers at a fraction of the price via a custom subscription program. Photo courtesy of Imperfect Produce

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San Francisco-based Imperfect Produce launched its San Diego operation in September. The company made 208 deliveries on its first day in full operation in the county and had a total of 1,001 orders the first week. Photo courtesy of Imperfect Produce

Imperfect Produce, the San Francisco-headquartered company which delivers off-spec products that would otherwise end up in landfills to customers’ doorsteps through a customized, discounted, paid-subscription program, launched its Kearny Mesa-based operation mid-September...

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