Morrisons Is Launching 1 Kilogram Boxes Of Fruit And Veg For Just £1

Morrisons is launching a one kilogram box full of fruit and veg that are at the end of their shelf life, but still good enough to eat.

The Too Good To Waste boxes will be available in Morrisons stores all over the country for an impressive £1, so you could say that getting your five a day has never been easier - or cheaper!

Every fruit and veg item in the box has been 'condition checked' by a Morrisons greengrocer to make sure they're still healthy and fresh enough to eat.

Credit: Morrisons
Credit: Morrisons

The contents of each box varies but will contain a wide assortment of fresh fruit, salad and vegetables.

Morrisons stores stock an minimum impressive 75 varieties of fruit, more than 80 sorts of vegetables, and more than 50 types of salad which could all appear in the box. That means customers could end up trying fruit and veg they've never had before for a lovely low price.

Credit: Morrisons
Credit: Morrisons

The Too Good to Waste box is part of the supermarket's campaign against food waste. It buys whole crops from farmers and has launched nearly forty Wonky varieties of fruit and vegetables

Drew Kirk, Fruit and Veg Director at Morrisons said: "We've listened to our customers who said they don't want to see good food going to waste. So we've created these boxes and every day we'll fill them with a wide selection of produce at risk of being thrown away. Because produce may be unusual and varied, customers can also try some new and exciting dishes at home without having to spend a fortune."

Credit: Morrisons
Credit: Morrisons

The Too Good To Waste boxes will be available for customers to pick up in the green grocer's aisle. What better way to get your five-a-day, try new foods, save money and help eliminate food waste?

It's a win win if you ask us.

Featured Image Credit: Morrisons

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on

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