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Britons will have to eat “imperfect” vegetables and fruits due to abnormal heat and drought

Britons will have to eat “imperfect” vegetables and fruits due to abnormal heat and drought

Lidl, a popular supermarket chain in the UK, will sell fruits and vegetables that are “imperfect” in shape.

The reason for this was the abnormal heat, which provoked a drought in the country. The company promised to contact British suppliers and try to sell products affected by extreme temperatures.

“While the crop delivered may look and feel a little different than what we’re all used to, it will be of the same great British quality,” added chain chief executive Ryan McDonnell.

 


A heat wave in July and August has turned Britain’s verdant landscapes into parched wastelands. In addition, for the first time in history, the sources of the River Thames dried up.