My grandad had this memorized and made us look for specific colored twist ties when we shopped with him. It drove us crazy at the time, but he always had fresh bread. I sure do miss that man.

Did you know - Bread ties are color coded for the day it was baked? Now you do - now go get fresh bread!

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How fresh is that bread? Most major bread companies use this code. Per Snoops - (Some of these tags actually do have such dates printed on them, and in those cases the date does represent the date the bread is to be REMOVED the store, not the date it was baked on.)...

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The color of the tabs on bread tells you when the bread was baked - 1000 Life Hacks

Not exactly true. Companies do color code but there is not an industry standard. Each company is free to use any colors, in which ever order they like. It looks like you would be better off going by the dates on the bread.

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What the color tags on loaf bread means - FunSubstance.com

Random fact - but I'm not so sure I beeline this. Either that or I buy a lot of Friday bread. But I've gotten a green Wednesday twist tag! It said Wednesday on it!

I always look at the tie and then the expiration date to get the freshest bread. Dig loaves out from the back also.  Go by the first letter of the tag color. Monday is B (blue) tuesday G (green) Wed. R(red) the later in the week-the deeper in the alphabet you go.

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did you know the color of the bread tab indicates the freshness of the bread? I didnt :) Easy to remember.alphabetical order by colors.

Bakeries deliver bread to stores five days a week. The bread is color coded by the twist tie or plastic tab as to which day it was baked. Get fresh bread by buying today's color!

Bakeries deliver bread to stores five days a week. The bread is color coded by the twist tie or plastic tab as to which day it was baked. Get fresh bread by buying today's color!

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Wait, the Color of the Twist Tie on a Bread Bag Actually Means Something?

Bread tags actually mean something -  if you want to know how fresh the bread is in your grocery store, look at the tie that is holding the wrapper closed.  Bread is delivered five days a week, Monday Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and the bread maker puts a different colored tie on to designate which day of the week the bread was baked:  Monday - Blue.  Who knew?!  Tuesday - Green  Thursday - Red  Friday - White  Saturday - Yellow

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Bread is delivered to the store fresh every day - the twist tie colors tell you the day it was baked.    Monday = Blue   Tuesday = Green   Thursday =Red  Friday = White   Saturday =Yellow

Bread is delivered to the store fresh every day - the twist tie colors tell you the day it was baked. Monday = Blue Tuesday = Green Thursday =Red Friday = White Saturday =Yellow make sure you ask the store for their color code.

Can you imagine how much fun kids would have if they took sandwhiches to school for lunch on this? Rainbow Bread

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Rainbow Bread -Can you imagine how much fun kids would have if they took sandwhiches to school for lunch on this?

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