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Grocer Tuš goes "naturally different"

Celje, 9 November - In a bid to help fight food waste, grocer Tuš has put on its shelves Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which farmers usually throw away.

Celje
Grocer Tuš starts selling Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which are usually thrown away at the beginning of the food chain, by farmers.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Celje
Tuš marketing director Andraž Tuš speaking to the press as he presents the grocer's project of selling Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which are usually thrown away at the beginning of the food chain.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Celje
Grocer Tuš starts selling Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which are usually thrown away at the beginning of the food chain, by farmers.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Celje
Grocer Tuš starts selling Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which are usually thrown away at the beginning of the food chain, by farmers.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Celje
Grocer Tuš starts selling Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which are usually thrown away at the beginning of the food chain, by farmers.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Celje
Grocer Tuš starts selling Slovenian vegetables of irregular shapes and sizes which are usually thrown away at the beginning of the food chain, by farmers.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

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