'Harvested on' dates: yea or nay?

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choccygill

Agree with you James

Yes james you are so right,agree with you entirely.

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Nausea Bagwash

Hmm....

(Hard Stare) .....Behave yourselves children or it'll be early to bed with no supper.

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'Harvested on' dates

Look Bollywood. Why the nastiness? Leaves a bad taste, which is never going to be a good thing on a cooking forum.

Old school thinking... if you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all.



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jampling

Harvested on...

Oh yes, I am definitely going to be bringing James with me to the fantasy din-dins! This should be a tres amusant evening. ;)

Getting back on topic, I would personally quite like to see a 'harvested on' date, but I agree that for the masses this would likely just result in much confusion and even more produce having to be binned than currently.

 
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