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Strolling through her local supermarket, Canadian photographer Anne Mason-Hoerter noticed huge amounts of vegetables and other edible foods are thrown away every day. Too "old" to be sold, but beautiful in terms of variation in colors and shapes. Her photo series Supermarket Food shows the uniqueness of dumped vegetables and portrays them in full glory.

Moniek de Jongh & Maaike de Reuver   Anne Mason-Hoerter  Xiao Er Kong

Vegetable art

The beauty of dumped food

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Vegetable art

The beauty of dumped food

Strolling through her local supermarket, Canadian photographer Anne Mason-Hoerter noticed huge amounts of vegetables and other edible foods are thrown away every day. Too "old" to be sold, but beautiful in terms of variation in colors and shapes. Her photo series Supermarket Food shows the uniqueness of dumped vegetables and portrays them in full glory.

Moniek de Jongh & Maaike de Reuver   Anne Mason-Hoerter  Xiao Er Kong

2 koolrabi

Kohlrabi

3 ui

Onion

4 rode biet

Red beet

5 pompoen

Pumpkin

6 groene peper

Green pepper

7 courgettebloem

Zucchini flower

Black garlic

5 pompoen (copy)

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