Walmart busted for changing ‘Best By’ dates on donuts

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My parents didn’t run a very austere household. Though my brother and I did chores—picking up sticks, mowing the law, taking out the garbage, etc.—our home wasn’t exactly governed by an iron fist. Our most routine job, for example, was “making” the bed—placed in quotes because the task required simply throwing a comforter over the ill-wadded masses of sheets and pillows that generally compiled our respective bunks. Out of sight, out of mind.

Walmart seems to share a similar mantra, but not in its home or bedding department. Rather, in its bakery. A Reddit user shared these photos of the store’s freshly baked donuts at a Lawrenceburg, Ky., location; they’re clearly marked with a “Best By” label of April 2. Yet, upon further analysis, you can see that a couple of additional labels are affixed underneath.

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