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discard or sell off at a very low price, surplus raw food or those that do not
meet their quality standards. Some examples of such "Rejected" food
items include dried mushrooms, dried meats and even chicken. Lets take mushrooms
and chicken for instance. Many factories pack whole mushrooms into boxes, but
reject the ones that are broken or out of shape. As for chicken, in the mid-sized
factories where their cutting machines are not accurate, many chickens are "rejected"
because they have been cut wrongly. These rejected items are still perfectly
safe for consumption.
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As a reseller for such "Rejected Food" items, your first task is
to identify a niche that you can make a profit at. Then you'll want to approach
these factories and enquire about their surplus or rejected items. You then
try your best to get it at a good price. These produces know that they can still
get a buck from these discards, so they won't miss the opportunity to make some
profit. When you've got your consignment of rejected food, your next task is
to re-package them. Such re-packaged items are much sought after by housewives
and food operators who need to keep to a tight budget. It may not be a really
glamourous way to make money, but the money IS good.