Nine in 10 tomatoes wasted due to appearance

16 October 2017

Australian supermarket demands for unblemished fruit have led to a high level of waste in the tomato industry, according to researchers. 

study from the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) in Queensland found that up to 87% of undamaged, edible tomatoes were being rejected and wasted based on appearance.

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