Choose by price, or quality?

This is what I mentioned a bit in my About page.

Even if a price is cheaper, if the color of meat or fish isn’t good, or if the smell isn’t right, you don’t want to buy.

I’ve just read this article about best-before date. (Click here.)

I don’t know if this happens only in this company or most of the other companies also do the same thing or not. But what you can do is trust your instinct and use your senses before the purchase, e.g., by looking at color or smelling, or even by your experience by tasting.

Follow not only pricing but also quality.

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