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Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

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  • Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

    Apparently the cheese du jour at Tokyo Disneyland is actually, yesterday's cheese. I think this article seems a BIT of an Overreaction...

    http://www.japantoday.com/jp/news/396528
    Restaurant at Tokyo Disneyland used expired cheese for menu









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    But that kind of thing is huge news in Japan...a slip like that isn't something they are pleased with ever having.

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    • #3
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      I wish the USA could get some class like that.








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        It is kinda of scary to go on the Orange County Board of Health and Restaurant inspections of Disneyland...

        I think it is good in ways that they made it public because it assures that the company realizes potential situations and tries to make sure they don't happen, and in this case probably may have prevented illness. While some might say they should have checked before they used it, it is good they even did so. It might have days or longer if something like this happened in the U.S. I think they are more safety conscious in Japan, like with beef, the whole country stopped all the beef imports if even one potential case of disease was reported..

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        • #5
          Re: Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

          Wow, that's insane that they reported this but I see it as another example of how well the Tokyo parks are run over their U.S. counterparts. I'm sure at Disneyland using nine day old cheese is just normal operating procedure!

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          • #6
            Re: Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

            Good thing I don't eat cheese!

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            • #7
              Re: Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

              Doesn't cheese get better with age?

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              • #8
                Re: Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

                Universal Japan just had a similar scare with some chocolates sold in their park.

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                • #9
                  Re: Tokyo Disney and the Old Cheese

                  Chocolates don't go bad! Send them to me!

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