Yikes! our milk vendor is in 3 times a week so we may have a day out but never more than a couple of days.I once found a milk that was two months expired, pretty bad considering it's freaking milk. Oldest dry market I think was around 9 months expired.
Now if i was feeling rather mean I might have to try that LOL They call me Target Mom, so I usually go the guilt trip route... " ya know, you're all guests here at some point, do you really wanna buy that????"The other day they had a bunch of stuff sitting on the table in the break room where they normally put the goodies on snack days. Someone grabbed a bag of pork rinds, and started to eat one, got a funny look on his face, and spit it back out. Turns out it had expired about a year ago, as had the rest of the stuff on the table. Since it was fairly early in the morning, I was betting that the overnight team had had a little lesson on rotating product.....
Yep..very true. I know one of the girls told me she tried to catch everything she could when gum reset, but it was hard when her TL was breathing down her neck to "just get it done!"What's sad is when Dry Grocery resets, the plano team is completely clearing shelves so there's a "weakest link" because they should be completely FIFOing as they fill back the shelves.
The Archer Farms chips especially, those are always on the SDA. Also, the refrigerated Jello. I went through and FIFOd it yesterday and while there wasn't a super bad outdate, there were March 3rd all the way in the back with June right up front. Darn flow team!Potato chips and baby formula are bad ones too.