New York, New York
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College point NY target sells expired WIC products.. The WIC cheese was expired since Mar 1st, 2016 and I got it on Mar 4th, 2016..

Keep on mind these are DAIRY WIC PRODUCTS.. Mothers are depending on it to feed to their kids...

Review about: Market Pantry Medium Cheddar.

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CyberTychoBrahe
#1267735

To all those "My taxes paid for this, get a job" commentators here, it is possible to have a job and still need assistance with things. Many jobs don't pay a wage high enough to keep one person afloat, let alone a person with kids. Must be nice to have a perfect life where nothing ever goes wrong.

MakeMyDay2016
to CyberTychoBrahe Fullerton, California, United States #1268255

Even if that is the case she should not be having children if she cannot afford to feed them.

Anonymous
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States #1189037

Get a job crackhead.

Anonymous
#1127503

Thank you for bringing this to my attention.After all, it was MY hard earned money which paid for your cheese, which you received for free.

If anyone should be complaining, it should be me.You, however, should either be grateful for your free handouts or get a job and EARN money to buy things that are more to your liking.

Anonymous
#1126009

Mother like you need to get jobs so that they don't depend on tax payers to fed their kids.They need to learn how to budget better.

For example, I hope you typed this on a computer in the library where internet access is offered for free rather than your own internet.That for example can be spent on food.

Mike_mn
#1125561

They missed this.Probably poor stocking practices.

New product goes in the back - Old in the front. Stockers are probably just lazy and always put new in the front to save time and effort!

It's always best to actually get facts. From the usda.gov website at http://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-safety-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/food-labeling/food-product-dating/food-product-dating ...

A "Use-By" date is the last date recommended for the use of the product while at peak quality. The date has been determined by the manufacturer of the product.

A "Use-By" date does NOT mean the product is expired and will KILL you!!!

It means exactly what it says, peak quality.The product is still good to consume, and will taste just fine.

Please refer to the "Types of Dates" sections, which describes each in detail.

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