These ranges are defined by the farmers themselves. Organic (green icon with a leaf), refers to agricultural products that were produced without the use of synthetic chemicals, or synthetic pesticides, but in many cases it means even more than that, as often these farms have taken care of using other important sustainability practices, such us regenerative agriculture, crop rotation or no tilling. Free Range (Yellow icon with a chicken) refers to animals that have not grown in a cramped room, this usually requires more space an effort, but normally results in healthier and stronger animals that are also better tasting; it is very likely that these animals didn't require antibiotics as they are less exposed to diseases from confined animals. Imperfect (Purple icon with an imperfect radish); this simply refers to appearance, that is color or shape; many supermarkets have strict requirements regarding size, shape and color to improve their displays, however, in many cases this is not related to taste or actual nutritional value, and worst of all, results in enormous food waste as farmers often don't have any other choice but to throw away these products. It is estimated that in the developed world, a third of the food is wasted.