Most of the people on this site probably use it as fast as they buy it. You could buy all that you need or want, try one box if it does not taste good then you can take it back. One other thing, the one that comes in the box, although the box is sealed, the liner that they use in the box does not seem to be the freshest way to package that. It's been that way as long as I can remember, but it's worth a try.
How much is it at the dollar store?
One item was kids toothpaste and I'd bought a tube of it for my grandson. When I checked it ..sure enough..it was made in China.
If it's made here and is fresh and it only costs $l.00 I'd say you got a bargain!
Do what Sweetgrandma says and check where it's made. I have bought many things from the dollar store that have turned out just fine. You just have to be diligent and read the packages.
When I opened them, both bags were split and the sugar had spilled into the box. I contacted Domino yesterday and they are working on getting me out coupons to replace the damanged boxes. I would rather let the manufacturer know so that they can correct their problems. Yes, it is easier to return it to the store but..having worked in the manufacturer industry, it is important that these companies stay on top of their QC Departments. Since I couldn't even read the stamp on the bottom, I have returned the end flaps to Domino, so they can track down and find out what plant packed these. The price of sugar is going thru the roof. Hard on us bakers!!!!!
"The shelf life of all Domino Sugar products, if properly stored, is indefinite. To retain highest quality, the product should be stored under proper conditions. Sugar does not "spoil" but is susceptible to hardening and lumping over long-term storage. Therefore, none of our packages have any expiration dates. "
I am happy to report that one of my local supermarkets have Domino powdered and brown sugar on sale this week for a $1. I still fell better buying it from there than the dollar store.
A dollar a pound doesn't temp me at all. Isn't it odd how different the prices of staples run in different markets?
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