- package is glued very cheaply. so cheap that the package is not tamper-proof.
- the package has no description of what the 2 signs to look for are
- there is a sticker on the inside. it has logos of supervising agencies. the sticker is not placed so that it would serve as tamper-evidence.
- the sticker inside does not say what the product is.
Another problem – no Kosher consumer complained about this to the store management.
Blintzes come in tamer-proof packaging, why doesn’t meat?