Drivers at the food delivery startup Imperfect Foods in San Francisco have voted to unionize, the local United Food and Commercial Workers union announced Friday.

The 80 eligible employees voted 28 to 23 to join the United Food & Commercial Workers international union, according to Bloomberg.

The company, which delivers boxes of “ugly” produce that it claims would otherwise go unused, plans to challenge the results, a spokesperson told The Hill.

The group of Imperfect employees in Northern California started organizing last year seeking better pay, access to healthcare and worker protections.

The drivers voted to join UFCW Local 5 in July.

“We organized with UFCW Local 5 because we know companies that profess to do good, like Imperfect Foods, will pursue bottom line profits over the health and safety of their workers unless they are held accountable,” Chris Jasinski, a grocery delivery worker at the company, said in a statement.