I never took lack of inherent meaning as equivalent to the impossibility of its existence. That's more a matter of scope, or as some may prefer to call it, context. In other words, something relevant locally may have no relevance at the global scale.
As for value, in either case, a bag of beans is under production. One is discarded as defect in the pursuit of a negative morality. No returns are delivered from the production of this bag. The other bag is superior and commands the best possible returns for its production.