We love all types of food here at RebelRecipes but especially those fruits and veggies that are a little bit lumpy and bumpy that normally get tossed aside for not looking aesthetically pleasing to the supermarket eye. And with reports by the University of Edinburgh in 2018 that nearly 4.5 million tonnes of fresh fruit and vegetables were being discarded across the country due to artificial specifications, something had to change. Every ingredient is beautiful (and delicious) in its own way and we are so excited that the wonky revolution is finally here – and it can only get better.  #TasteOverWaste

Cotchel– using unloved fruit to make juice interesting again, cotchel are on a mission to reduce food waste and create delicious juices from grade 2/3 fruit that they can’t sell on their farm. 

We love: Braeburn apple juice for a sweet but tangy flavour and an all-round refreshing drink. 

Rubies in the Rubble– relish your resauces! Rubies in the Rubble make delicious condiemnts with a conscious twist. Their range of award-winning relishes, ketchups and mayo are made sustainably from waste ingredients. 

We love: Aquafaba Mayo– smooth and creamy mayo made from leftover chickpea water. Genuis.

ChicP – surplus vegetables have met their match. ChicP is a raw vegetable houmous company which was founding on a passionate commitment to food waste and their delicious and innovative dips are a brilliant alternative to mass made products.  

We love: Chilli Pumpkin for a warming and creamy houmous that is begging to be double-dipped. 

Snact – dedicated to creating delicious food waste fighting snacks, Snact hand make their fruit jerky and banana bars and are hungry for change. 

We love: Apple, blueberry and banana fruit jerky– a deep flavour of bluebs with a sublt hint of banana sweetness. 

Spare Snacks– waste not, wants lots with their delicious range of #fieldfoodsnacks from surplus fruits and veggies, which they air-dry for the ultimate crispiness.

We love: Pear and Ginger fruit crisps– sweet, salty, tangy, deeeeelicious.

DASH Water– infusing their British sparkling water with wonky fruit and vegetables for a subtle dash of flavour is the key to success behind DASH water, whose refreshing drinks are flying off the shelves. 

We love: their brand-new raspberry flavour! Light and oh-so-moorish. 

The Wonky Food Co– names says exactly what it does on the tin, or jar in this case. The Wonky Food Co. create delicious relishes from imperfect surplus fruits and veggies. 

We love: their tangy chilli tomato relish packed with tasty imperfection and a kick of chili!

Waste Not– cold-pressed waste not juice range come in four delicious flavours and are all about the taste while using up all the waste. 

We love: Apple, strawberry, watermelon and cucumberfor a summer-y hit of goodness. 

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