At Berlin's main distribution hub for fresh fruit and vegetables, some of the produce has traveled thousands of kilometers. Food with the slightest blemish used to end up in the trash, but now becomes raw material for recycled products.
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This market is Berlin's distribution hub for the city's fresh fruit and vegetables. Some of the produce has travelled thousands of kilometres. That's if it even survives the journey, and doesn't end up in the trash
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