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E-grocer Imperfect Foods announced Monday it plans to become a net-zero carbon company by 2030.
Known for selling “ugly” and surplus produce, Imperfect Foods will focus on waste elimination, renewable energy and operational efficiencies to achieve its goal. This includes transitioning all of its delivery vehicles over to electric by 2027 and certifying six facilities as diverting zero waste to landfills by 2025.
The company is looking to cut its carbon footprint as it grows its presence in the grocery industry, which has seen more companies ramp up their commitments to greener initiatives.