You can tell which day a loaf of bread was baked by the color of its plastic twist tag.
Collected on the Internet, 2001
I thought this was interesting. I looked in the grocery store and the bread wrappers do have different colored twist ties, and even the ones with the plastic clips have different colors. You learn something new everyday!!
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.
Did you know that bread is delivered fresh to the stores five days a week? Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. And each day has a different color twist tie. They are:
Monday – Blue
Tuesday – Green
Thursday – Red
Friday – White
Saturday – Yellow
So, today being Thursday, I wanted a red twist tie – not white which is Friday (almost a week old?)
The colors go alphabetically by color Blue – Green – Red – White – Yellow, Monday thru Saturday. Very easy to remember. But I put a “post-it” note in my wallet when I first found out about this so I would not forget.
Enjoy fresh bread when you buy bread with the right color on the day you are shopping.
Ring out the bells, and let the banners fly – finally, there’s a bit of Internet “wisdom” with something to it!
Most of the bread you’ll find on U.S. supermarket shelves arrives housed in plastic wrappers closed by colored twist tags or plastic tabs. The tabs serve a purpose besides aiding in keeping the bread fresh once everyone in the family is diving into the loaf – their colors provide a quick visual reference to the people whose job it is to recycle the stock by removing older loaves while loading the shelves with fresh product.