People Ordered Online During Quarantine ,See What They Got
Fruits, vegetables, and berries come in various shapes and sizes—just like humans do. However, unlike with people, we don't often see diverse-looking produce in stores. As it turns out, produce is held to strict and unrealistic "beauty" standards which result in tremendous amounts of perfectly edible vegetables and fruits being thrown away or fed to livestock. Yet from time to time, some of the ugly and imperfect veggies slide past the strict evaluation process and end up in stock. Unused to the sight, many customers avoid buying them; however, those who buy food online don't always have the opportunity to see what they'll get. That's why when a Twitter user named Naomi ordered 1 kg of sweet potatoes, she was surprised to get one mutant potato she called "PotatoZilla."