We are small, but mighty! This team of hardworking women will not settle for status quo. We live by the mantra, “I am not perfect, my food shouldn’t be either. “ Our goal is to provide you with the freshest, perfectly imperfect fruits and vegetables we can rescue each week. Each of us is passionate about doing as much as we possibly can to make the world around us a better place by reducing waste and helping others eat well so they can live their healthiest, happiest life.

Ashley Weingart

Founder & CEO

After graduating from Indiana University in 2000 with degrees in Journalism and Psychology, Ashley worked in the advertising industry for several years both in Chicago and Cleveland. She left her career in 2007 to raise her three children. Soon she discovered the itch to indulge her entrepreneurial spirit and launched a couple of small businesses including a line of fruit and veggie based dog snacks as well as a children’s clothing and decor line. Eventually Ashley also circled back to her love of writing and developed a blog about her adventures as a marathon runner. Ashley also served as a Nutrition Educator for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and a writer and photographer for a local magazine.

In 2015 her family brought her into their produce business as Director of Communications & Community Outreach. Ashley developed Perfectly Imperfect as a program of Forest City Weingart Produce in an effort to reduce the waste she witnessed at all levels of the food chain and to provide more healthy food to the neighborhoods in need surrounding the business. 

Read more about how and why Ashley created Perfectly Imperfect Produce.

Jodi Mitchell

Director of Customer Service
& Community Relations 

Jodi is no stranger to fresh produce with her family operating a fifth generation apple orchard in northeast Ohio. She uses her talent and expertise to build and maintain community partnerships and relationships with businesses/employers. Jodi represents Perfectly Imperfect Produce at health fairs and community outreach events and even helps with packing our boxes.

With over 20 years of health care policy and advocacy experience on the federal, state and local level, Mitchell has provided planning, strategy and project management in the area of health policy, community health and quality improvement. She is engaged with connecting the business/private sector to community health improvement initiatives given the shared value relating to workforce development, population health, and a vital economy. She is also engaged in obesity prevention initiatives, including the Early Ages Healthy Stages coalition, and serves on the Cleveland Metropolitan School District Wellness Committee.

Jodi is a graduate of Bowling Green State University and currently serves on the University's Alumni Board of Directors. She has served as a Big Sister mentor in the Big Brother Big Sister Program in Cleveland and is a member of the 2017 Cleveland Leadership Center's Bridge Builders Program. She volunteers with the City Club of Greater Cleveland Health Committee. Her biggest blessing in life is her daughter, Emma and is active in her daughter's school.

Produce Packaging, Inc.

We simply could not accomplish this enormous job without the fabulous people at PPI who help us pack, transport and store our boxes each week.


Clockwork Logistics

Thanks to the hardworking people at Clockwork who wake up very early on delivery days to ensure hundreds of boxes of produce make it safely to your doorstep.


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