I have always eaten morrisons seeded flatbread cold but looked at the packaging and it says it must be heated thoroughly, why is this

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    What's the exact text? I suspect they mean that if you're heating it you should heat it thoroughly. I've probably eaten it cold myself, though I don't normally go to Morrisons. I also suspect they paste that text at the end of any heating instructions – Chris H Nov 7 '19 at 19:08
  • It might just mean, "if you want to enjoy it, heat it thoroughly" – Juhasz Nov 7 '19 at 21:03
  • Does the language actually say must? – GdD Nov 8 '19 at 8:17
  • Not everyone in the world eats or even has access to this very specific product. Without a picture of the product and/or the exact precise wording on the package, I feel like this is too vague. – Allison C Nov 8 '19 at 14:15
  • I'm assuming OP is referring to this product, which lists in its "Cooking Guidelines": "Cooking Instructions - General. Cooking appliances vary. These instructions are given as a guide. Please ensure that the product is piping hot throughout before serving." Although the instructions end with the "piping hot" bit, it's unclear to me whether heating is required before consumption. – Athanasius Nov 9 '19 at 1:31

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