Every year, 60 million tons of produce end up in US landfills. A lot of it is tossed because it's "cosmetically imperfect," meaning supermarkets and suppliers think it's too small, too big, too oddly shaped, or too blemished to pay for. When this perfectly edible produce goes to the dump, it hurts the pockets of farmers and consumers while also letting off potent greenhouse gases.Learn more about food waste
We pick up these "ugly" fruits and veggies from farms throughout Massachusetts and deliver them to homes throughout Boston every Sunday for an awesome price. This way, farmers make some income on the produce they nurtured all season, you get affordable and fresh produce delivered, and mother earth gets a well-deserved break. So sign up for our weekly deliveries to help us find a loving home for less-than-loved produce!Learn more about our sourcing
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"Instead of buying store-bought produce everyday, my partner and I switched to Brüzd and now get perfectly fine, store rejected fruits and veggies to use each week! The story and team behind Brüzd are awesome and you should check them out if you're in the Boston area!"
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"Alexander Wong and Parker Hughes became friends when building a Lego house in the second grade. Now, in their third year of college, the pair co-founded BRÜZD Foods, a startup that delivers a surprise package of local, seasonal Grade B produce that would have been thrown out or composted by farmers."
"On his 21st birthday in November 2018, during his study-abroad year at the London School of Economics, Alex Wong was in the British Museum when he got the call from his friend and business partner, Parker Hughes.
'We got the money,' said Hughes..."
"After learning about food waste in his Food and Nutrition class, junior interdisciplinary major Parker Hughes decided to create his own solution—BRÜZD, a startup company with a twist on the farm-to-table model..."