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    Ex Coles employee reveals the little-known code on sales tickets that indicates how long your fresh produce REALLY lasts

    • A former Coles employee of 10 years revealed the meaning behind a secret code
    • Employee Jarrah said the tag on the bottom right shows how long produce lasts 
    • Hundreds who saw the tip were impressed with the insider employee knowledge
    • Previously, a Woolworths shopper showed how to look out for markdown times 

    A former Coles employee of 10 years has revealed the meaning behind a secret code on the bottom right of sales tickets at the store.

    Ex employee Jarrah posted on Facebook, where he told a fellow shopper that the tag at the bottom right of a sales tickets indicates how long fresh produce will last before its best-before date.

    ‘The discount tag 07/10 on the bottom right of all yellow tags gives the end date [of food],’ Jarrah wrote alongside a picture of some $1.50 gold potatoes. 

    A former Coles employee of 10 years has revealed the meaning behind a secret code on the bottom right of sales tickets at the store (bottom right of the sticker)

    Ex employee Jarrah told a fellow shopper that the tag at the bottom right of a sales tickets indicates how long fresh produce will last before its best-before date (pictured)

    Ex employee Jarrah told a fellow shopper that the tag at the bottom right of a sales tickets indicates how long fresh produce will last before its best-before date (pictured)

    ‘The joys of being an ex-employee of 10 years [means I know that],’ he added.

    The tag alongside the $1.50 potatoes clearly states that the produce is best eaten before or on 07/10 or 7 October.

    Hundreds who saw Jarrah’s handy piece of advice were impressed with his knowledge.

    ‘Pretty good! I’ll definitely keep the trick in mind for the next specials,’ one woman posted.

    ‘Good eye. I didn’t see that!’ another added.

    Daily Mail Australia has contacted Coles for comment. 

    Hundreds who saw Jarrah's handy piece of advice were impressed with his knowledge (stock image)

    Hundreds who saw Jarrah’s handy piece of advice were impressed with his knowledge (stock image)

    This isn’t the first time a secret code has been spotted on supermarket labels that helps shoppers in their quests for the best deals.

    In August, an eagle-eyed shopper discovered a little-known code on Woolworths labels that shows the time the products are discounted.

    The woman, from New South Wales, scored a huge discount after purchasing a $16.37 beef roast and a $1.86 bottle of full cream milk after the prices were slashed when they were marked for a ‘quick sale’.

    Upon closer inspection, she noticed a time stamp on the top corner of the produce in which she believed the items were reduced.

    The beef showed ’11:25′ while the milk was marked with ’10:34′ on the labels.

    In August, an eagle-eyed shopper discovered a little-known code on Woolworths labels that shows the time the products are discounted (pictured)

    In August, an eagle-eyed shopper discovered a little-known code on Woolworths labels that shows the time the products are discounted (pictured)

    The woman scored a huge discount after purchasing a $16.37 beef roast and a $1.86 bottle of full cream milk after the prices were slashed when marked for a 'quick sale' (pictured)

    The woman scored a huge discount after purchasing a $16.37 beef roast and a $1.86 bottle of full cream milk after the prices were slashed when marked for a ‘quick sale’ (pictured)

    The observant woman said the codes will help guide her as to what time of the day the supermarket marks down perishables – so she knows when to shop.

    ‘Plan on working out my law of averages and striking when most likely to hit gold,’ the shopper said in a Facebook group.

    ‘I believe I’ve found a time stamp for when the markdowns happen on Woolies’ new labels.’

    A Woolworths spokesman told Daily Mail Australia: ‘We use markdowns from time to time to minimise food waste. The availability of markdowns will vary from day to day and store to store based on stock levels and demand.’  

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