Monday, July 24, 2006

Guide to product freshness

When shipped directly from the source, newly acquired wives tend to harbor certain preconceived notions about origins of edible species, their wherewithals and other existential dilemmas. If you happen to face such issues, there is no need to call support and demand your warranty ! Simply, be a tourguide into the joys of modern food industry for a day - it's fun for you and your mate-to-be-till-the-end-of-days.

1. Belief number one - regarding fruit and vegetables that very honestly say "fresh" on the pricesticker. This belief will manifest itself as a strong lack of desire to purchase said good on times like Motzei Shabbos. Potential consumer may say something to the tune of "but they are from Friday". Good News : if they are from Friday, it's probably Friday the 13th in 2004. In the old country, of course, peaches and apricots were flown in daily by a specially designated Cessna, to meet their distinguished consumers. Nowadays, it is more likely that this very peach was harvested in Georgia a good two or three months ago and left to ripen in the box, thus the twenty-six hour period does not really make them much "less fresh"

2. Belief number two - To Be Continued


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