The Rescued Food Market in Vancouver will allow patrons to shop and pay what they want for surplus produce collected from Metro Vancouver grocery stores. The Food Stash Foundation rescues more than 30,000 kilograms of food every month, high-quality produce that has sustained families in need through the food box program. The food market will allow patrons to shop with dignity. "This gives you the autonomy to choose what you want, make your own bag, have as little or as much as you like. There's no discussion about payment. You also have the dignity to choose if you'd like to pay as well," said Anna Gray of the Food Stash Foundation.

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