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Jan. 2, 2018 4:17 pm

Hungry Harvest expands to Delaware

The First State is getting ugly produce delivery to start 2018, our sister site Technical.ly Delaware reports.
Hungry Harvest CEO Evan Lutz accepts the pitch competition win at Beta City 2017.

Hungry Harvest CEO Evan Lutz accepts the pitch competition win at Beta City 2017.

(Photo by Stephen Babcock)

It might seem a long way from growing season on this cold day, but there’s still some fresh produce news to report.

Ugly produce, that is.

Hungry Harvest will be expanding to Delaware this month. According to our sister site Technical.ly Delaware, the Baltimore-based fruit and veggie delivery startup is set to start operations in the First State on Jan. 12.

It will be the eighth market for the company, which puts a new twist on fighting food waste by offering delivery of produce that was discarded by farmers because it didn’t look nice enough to appear on shelves.

Founded out of the University of Maryland, the company started expanding quickly after a 2015 appearance on ABC’s Shark Tank netted an investment from Robert Herjavec. Founder Evan Lutz hinted at additional expansion after winning the 2017 Beta City pitch competition.

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