Why does Fage stamp the expiration date on the FOIL that covers their yogurts? Is it after the foil cover is removed, we FORGET the expiration date, not wanting to eat what may be OLD yogurt, we throw out the rest of the yogurt not wanting to eat it? I would like an answer, is it that hard to stamp in on the side or BOTTOM of the container....will share on FaceBook, maybe someone will know on there, if I don't get an answer...a LOT of companies does this, we know why.
I leave that foil attached to the container until the end.
I purchased FAGE total 2% (batch # L102716 20:38 6) on Friday 2/26/16 from Aldi's of Northfield Ohio. Upon eating it, I found a circular piece of paper deep inside the container, after about 3 spoonful. Unsure of what this is, I disposed of the remaining yogurt. What a waste! Can you explain the possibility of the paper. Thank you! [email protected]
I think the paper is to soak up excess water which is part of the yogurt.
My suggestion to FAGE is to make the outside covering removable. I like to save the containers for storage and to share them with family. But because the outside is not removable, I am now buying Chobani even though FAGE is the best tasting yogurt on the market. And yes, the container reusage is important.
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