A new report has found that up to 40% of a farmer's crop can get ploughed back into the field as supermarket buyers refuse so-called ugly or wonky vegetables.
The UK's global food security programme says up to 2/5 of a crop can be rejected because it doesn't look right.
Yet at River Cottage headquarters, on the Devon/Dorset border they're proud to grow all sorts of weird and wonderful veg.
They say it's up to customers to demand natural-looking products.
It's a view that's shared by our viewers
– Matt Mitchell
It is NOT WE the consumer who like our veg straight but the supermarkets who have decided that we WILL have our veg straight. Imagine what happens to all the non-straight veg! It probably goes to compost or landfill! What a waste!
– Sue Alexander
It does go to landfill. To think that we now have food banks because loads of people can't afford to live in this country.
– Carole Dorran
I for one don't care a bit what shape they are, but we're not given the choice.
– Robb Williams
Veg is Veg, some people are far to fussy!
One supermarket has defended itself saying it will still buy the crop and use it across its range.
Here's Seth Conway's report.
Some of you have sent in pictures of wonky vegetables you have come across. Here are a couple: