Many packagings used to have ‘see thru’ windows.
I have noticed many no longer do.
What they are hiding includes product shrinkage and content shrinkage.
Salad dressing containers have also dropped a few ounces.
Bacon used to have the back window so you could see how much fat/meat there was. Notice, too, the cold cuts are in tubs making them look bigger. When Marie Callender's first came out I had a coupon and decided to splurge. Learned my lesson. Never again is that brand ever coming into this house. It was a potato dish (yes, cheaper to make at home) and the package was huge. When I opened it, there wasn't enough in it to feed two people and was over half empty. I looked on the back and it said it served 3. Nope, fool me once. Yes, salad dressings are also a lot smaller. The plastic bags at the checkout are also smaller so you think you're getting the same amount in a bag. Smaller packages and higher prices. Is it any wonder we can't make ends meet now days.