Vegetables Grown Too Big Due to Heatwave Are To Sell Instead of Throwing Away

According to News Web Easy, The hot days have been continuing. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries there are some vegetables grow bigger than normal sizes due to hot weather. They are perfectly fine to eat but just because the sizes and shapes are not match with the rule of Japanese Market, some are thrown away.

In this month, a company at Shinagawa, Tokyo has started a service of collecting those vegetables and selling them. The company has been selling 5 products such as pumpkins grown too big and cucumbers bent. A company in Hamamaki city, Iwate also is selling vegetables and fruits which does not meet the rule online.

Companies which are thinking not to waste foods and trying to be helpful to people who are making vegetables and buyers are increasing.

Anyone who wish to read the original article please click below the link.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/k10013758021000/k10013758021000.html

My thought

Specially nowadays we are facing food prices gone up and a shortage of foods, we should not waste any food at all. I am more than happy to buy those vegetables and fruits in fanny shapes and sizes. Nothing wrong with them. It is a very good idea to sell them. Sometimes rules and regulations prevents from selling fine food.

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I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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