Imperfect ingredients - blemished, bruised or even deformed - are slowly shedding their "ugly food" image.
In a bid to get more consumers to buy these products - mainly fruit and vegetables - supermarket chains such as FairPrice and Sheng Siong have been selling them at more attractive prices. For example, FairPrice supermarkets sell a mixed bag of blemished fruit for $2, so you could save from a few cents to a few dollars.
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