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Jan 28, 2013


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Travis Greene

What about it getting stale? Also, yeah, there are lots of things that are probably safe but seem wrong and thus people will not buy them. I'd rather us start eating less than perfect fruit and vegetables than worrying about bread mold.

Michael W. Kruse

My understanding is that it will stay fresh until unsealed. I suspect it would cut down on wasted bread. It might also make it cheaper, especially in poorer regions of the world, because timely transportation becomes less of an issue. Why not eat imperfect veggies and have more durable bread?

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