4 Options For Organic Produce and Sustainably Sourced Groceries for Less Money

March 15, 2023

There are four subscription services that source these ugly fruits and vegetables so that they are rescued and farmers get a fair price for them. These services deliver organic produces to consumers at their doorstep for a cheaper price than what they would pay at supermarkets and grocery stores. We love these brands for their mission-driven services. Learn more about how these brands are sustainable on the ConsiderBeyond app.

1. Misfits Market

Instagram | @misfitmarket
Based in | United States
Shipping | United States (48 states)

Misfits Market started as a place to get fresh quality organic produces that look less pretty for less money. Almost half of all product harvest in the United States gets thrown away simply because it does not look pretty enough to sell in grocery stores. Misfit Market dedicates to selling most natural produces that may look a bit 'weird' and 'ugly' for cheaper price. Now, Misfit Market has expanded to sell other sustainable grocery items like cooking supplies, pantry staples and much more. The company now works with food makers as well as farmers to reduce their waste and take their excess inventory.


Photo by Misfit Market

2. Imperfect Foods

Instagram | @imperfectfoods
Based in | United States
Shipping | United States (Most of the West South Central region, Midwest, Northeast and the West Coast)

Imperfect Foods, a B Corporation, is also on a mission to reduce food waste by delivering vegetables and fruits that do not meet the strict cosmetic standards of grocery stores in the US. Imperfect Foods offers a full lineup of curated sustainable groceries from farm-fresh produce to upcycled and rescued snacks.


Photo by Imperfect Foods

3. Hungry Harvest

Instagram | @hungryharvest
Based in | United States
Shipping | United States (Maryland, Washington, DC, Greater Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey, Northern Delaware, South Florida, The Triangle Area & Charlotte in North Carolina & the Detroit Metro Area)

Hungry Harvest is another option. The company rescues fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste and helps the farmers to earn for their full harvest. Hungry Harvest also works with donation partners to deliver affordable produce to communities that have limited healthy food access.


Photo by Hungry Harvest

4. Oddbox

Instagram | @oddbox
Based in | United Kingdom
Shipping | Most of UK

Oddbox, a B Corporation, is based in the United Kingdom, with the similar mission - reduce food waste. Oddbox measures how much each box of fruit and vegetables are rescued and based on it, calculates the amount of carbon emissions and water saved in this process.


Photo by Oddbox

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