Is Your Gardenia Bread Fresh?
Got this in the mail... Strange, when I buy Gardenia bread on Saturdays or Sundays, the twist ties are Green. Hmmm. Does that really mean the bread is 4 to 5 days old? And if bread deliveries are made daily, how come I don't see the other twist tie colors? Anyway, before believing what you get in your email, check it out first yourself.
Here's the email I got about how to tell if your Gardenia bread is fresh...
Nov 28, 2002 Update:
Thanks, Beth, for this link:
In the case of Gardenia bread, I've started seeing tags of other colors, not just the Green ones. But it's probably not necessary for a consumer to memorize the meaning of the colors. As Angel pointed out, simply read the expiration date printed on the tag.
When you go to buy bread in the grocery store, have you ever wondered which is the freshest, so you "squeeze" for freshness or softness.
(So far, I've only seen green twist ties. Have any of you seen the other colors?)
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