If you’re not old enough to be trusted to choose between lager and bitter then surely you can’t be trusted to decide more important things?
That's always been the case, age and experience often make you aware of other points of view. I have a friend that often reminds me of one of my teenage opinions and although it fundamentally hasn't changed I shudder when I remember how I expressed itOne thing I do notice, youngsters are more aware, but tend to be very black/white until later.
There will always be a problem dealing/communicating with this out lady due to her suffering from Asperger syndrome. I worked directly with a colleague who had the problem, and know the issues it throws up.Of course. She's too young to have learned what we euphemistically might call negotiating skills, and doesn't have any answers because, in truth there probably is no answer that will keep everyone happy (as ever)
So who makes the call as to who's unhappy?
I expect you'll find it significantly increases shelf life. You may well find it also reduces the need for cool storage / transport with its associated energy problem. I'm not saying it is but don't forget the Supermarket isn't going to get them wrapped unless there's some benefit. Even if it's just to make it look pretty....Why do supermarket turnips get wrapped in polythene?