bbbb - 4 months ago
originally posted on quakeroats.com
The packaging materials are cheap and ineffective. The cereal bags frequently have small holes, which looks like it may result from a manufacturing defect, as there are perforated lines running down the bags. The cereal bags often have small holes because it also looks like the sharp cereal edges are able to puncture tiny holes in the bag during packaging, as the plastic bags are so thin. If you do happen to purchase an unpunctured bag of cereal, it is nearly impossible to open the bag properly, as the plastic is so thin that the entire bag of cereal rips from top to bottom, requiring use of a ziplock bag to store the remaining cereal. The packaging materials are very disappointing - cheap, thin, and ineffective. The punctured bags contain stale cereal that has been open to air during transport. Nearly all bags require use of a ziplock bag and/or tupperware container to store the cereal, as the bags rip substantially when opened. Despite enjoying Life cereal, it is expensive remaining a customer, as each purchase is a gamble: (1) will I ultimately purchase a punctured bag with stale cereal, or (2) will I rip the entire bag of cereal trying to open to open a new bag?