Should sliced bread come individually wrapped (or 2/wrap)?

Should sliced bread come individually wrapped?

  • Yes. I like fresh bread

    Votes: 5 20.0%
  • No. I eat bread fast

    Votes: 20 80.0%

  • Total voters
    25

brainhulk

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Sep 14, 2007
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#1
Like cheese?

-Fresh Bread of Bel Air
 

sdifox

No Lifer
Sep 30, 2005
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#2
what kind of real cheese is individually wrapped slices?
 
Aug 25, 2001
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#6
TBH, I find that the individually-wrapped American chesse slices are more of a PITA to get out of the package when you want multiple slices, than those re-sealable packages of deli-sliced cheeses, with a zip-lock on the side.

I wouldn't really be in favor of single- or double-wrapped bread. Plus, think of the wasted packaging. It would necessarily raise prices too.

Really, how much farther do you want to go, and have two slices of bread, individually-wrapped, along with a slice or two of cheese wrapped up in them. Voila. Prepared sandwiches.
 

lxskllr

No Lifer
Nov 30, 2004
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#7
Of course. Everything should be wastefully packaged. just drop it on the ground after peeling it off, and after awhile we'll live in a sea of plastic. Anyone that falls will have a cushioned landing. Think of the children! and old people! if you're against plastic wrap, you're against children and old people.
 

DigDog

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Jun 3, 2011
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#8
Yes, MORE plastic please.

With every loaf you also get a turtle that you can strangle with your own hands.

Save 5 loaves and get a dolphin !
 
Oct 10, 1999
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#9
I foresee a future where a loaf of bread is the size of a deck of cards. Each slice being vacuum sealed, break the seal and it expands to a full slice.
 

sdifox

No Lifer
Sep 30, 2005
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#10
I foresee a future where a loaf of bread is the size of a deck of cards. Each slice being vacuum sealed, break the seal and it expands to a full slice.

No. I'll have the 3d food printer print me two slice of bread at a time.
 
Jul 20, 2001
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#12
Of course. Everything should be wastefully packaged. just drop it on the ground after peeling it off, and after awhile we'll live in a sea of plastic. Anyone that falls will have a cushioned landing. Think of the children! and old people! if you're against plastic wrap, you're against children and old people.
I am against children and old people so this works for me! :) Can we sell pencils in six pack rings instead of cardboard boxes? The hummingbirds are missing out on the six pack rings.
 

snoopy7548

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Jan 1, 2005
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#13
They should individually wrap the bread and the crust.
 

ISAslot

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Jan 22, 2001
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#15
I want my PB sandwich to materialize in my replicator.
 
May 24, 2003
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www.uovalor.com
#17
That would be a waste, but I would like to see half loaves maybe. Same with buns, would be nice to be able to buy in like packs of 4. I don't buy bread products since I can't use it fast enough before it starts to mold. You can freeze it, but it's crap after that.
 

tynopik

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Aug 10, 2004
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#18
no, but they do need a better packaging option
 

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