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Why put a bread clip in your wallet when traveling

    What is a bread clip used for?

    You may even be wondering what a bread clip is, but they are so ubiquitous there is no doubt you have used one. It’s the little flexible plastic u-shaped locks that come on nearly every bag of bread in the grocery store. They hold the tops of bags of potatoes or apples closed until you’re ready to use them

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    What is the hack with a bread clip?

    In fact, each color indicates which day of the week the bread was baked on. Mind = blown. The most commonly-used code for 5-day delivery schedules is blue for Monday, green for Tuesday, red for Thursday, white for Friday, and yellow for Saturday

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    Why should you not throw out bread tags?

    Those pieces of plastic are called “bread clips” (aka bread tabs, bag clips, bread bag clips or bread buckles). The tag’s color indicates when the loaf was stocked on the store’s shelves.

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    What color bread ties mean?

    What Do the Colors on Bread Tags Mean? These color-coded tags indicate the date the bread was baked and packaged. It helps staff keep track of what was baked when, so they can rotate out older loaves as needed.

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    What does the tags on bread mean?

    Use as a makeshift bookmark so you don’t lose your page. Clip matching socks together before washing or placing in drawers. Label computer, cable and other electrical cords. Keep earbud headphone cords untangled.

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    What does the tags on bread mean?

    Yep! The colorful twist ties that keep our bread fresh and protected from store to sandwich actually have a hidden secret. As it turns out, each color means the bread was baked on a particular day of the week: And you are correct: It does skip Wednesday and Sunday, in order to give bakers two days off each week.

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    How can you reuse bread tags?

    Black ties are for Sundays and Orange for Wednesdays. Although bread is generally not baked/delivered on these days, Some store-brand bread is baked within the grocery store on these days. Note that the colors go alphabetically throughout the week.

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    Why don’t they bake bread on Wednesdays?

    That’s right, the plastic tags or metal ties that are piling up next to your paper clip collection tell you which day of the week bread was baked on. The codes are as follows: Monday ? blue, Tuesday ? green, Thursday ? red, Friday? white and Saturday ? yellow.

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    Why are bread bag tags different colors?

    Bakers have Wednesdays and Sundays off, remember, so if you’re a freshoholic, you might want to avoid buying bread on those days. For the freshest bread, check out the (not-so-secret) color codes: Monday ? blue. Tuesday ? green.

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