"Recently we began perforating the product film with pin holes to reduce moisture in the package. We feel this enhancement will provide a flakier crust and is not considered damaged packaging. Your concerns have been forwarded to our Quality Managers and you should receive follow up correspondence via U. S. mail."Dude...what??? Okay, I don't know much about food packaging but I have to assume that if they've got the balls to poke holes in their pie wrappers then there must be a "logical" reason. But I'm sorry, I wouldn't buy a candy wrapper with holes poked in it, I wouldn't buy a box of cereal with holes poked in it, and I certainly wouldn't buy a pie that has holes poked in it. Whoever's working in their brand management is a moron for thinking this is actually a good idea. If you know me then you know how much I love sweets, but I will absolutely not be purchasing this product any longer and I told them as much.
This is almost as annoying as when Poking on Facebook was mainstream
Seriously, with all the germs and other crap that supermarket shelves inevitably pick up, and you're gonna basically carve a way for them to get onto your products? Disgusting. "Sweetest comeback in the history of ever"? I could think of a few different adjectives to describe it.