The in-flight breakfast features two kinds of yogurt (for whatever reason).  One, the Danone (Dannon in the US) Actimel, has six different languages on its label.  What's strange is that the storage instructions are different depending on the lanuage.

  • English (UK/IRL): Keep refrigerated at +7oC max.
  • German (A/D): Bei max +8oC.
  • French (F/B): Conserver à +6oC max.
  • Dutch (B/NL): Koel bewaren max +6oC
  • Portuguese (P): Conservar entre 0oC e 6oC.
  • Italian (I): Conservare in frigo (+4oC)
Can someone tell my why the temperature specification is different based on language/country?

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