The bread at your local supermarket will most likely always be fresh, but how do you know which loaf is the freshest out of the bunch? You can squeeze and inspect them like an annoying TSA agent, but there's actually a much simpler way to do it. I used to just inspect the bread I bought by checking out the "sell by date," then expect it to last about a week or so after that. Now, in addition to checking the sell by date, I also look at the bread tags more closely to see just how fresh those yeasty delights really are.
Articles November 05,
Grocery manufacturers and retailers have joined together to streamline and standardize the wording accompanying the date labels on packages to offer greater clarity regarding the quality and safety of products. This new industry-wide effort is launched by the Grocery Manufacturers Association and Food Marketing Institute as part of the Trading Partner Alliance TPA will help reduce consumer confusion over dates on the product label and potentially help consumers avoid unnecessary food waste. Website design by Matrix Group International, Inc.
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