Marks & Spencer, the chain of stores which used to be most famous for selling underwear, is scrapping use-by dates on milk. Other supermarkets, such as Morrisons, are also changing the way they label milk.

The supermarket Marks & Spencer reportedly says that customers should use their judgement on whether milk is safe to use.

And how pray are customers supposed to do that?

What’s the best way for shoppers to tell that milk is safe to drink when there is no use-by date on the packaging?

Are customers supposed to shake the container? Does that help? Is…


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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: