Should I refrigerate store-bought tortillas after opening?
They tend to get a lot of moisture condensation in the plastic bag if I keep them in the fridge. I think they would actually be better off left out of the fridge after opening, though the packaging says not to.
Here's what it says on the MissionFoods website FAQ:
I bought a package of tortillas and they were not refrigerated at the store. Should I refrigerate them at home?
Not necessarily. The tortillas will last at ambient temperature until the date printed on the package. If they are placed in the refrigerator until they are ready to be used, they will last longer. The shelf life in the refrigerator varies depending on the conditions the product was stored prior to placing them in a refrigerated container.
How long can we keep the tortillas after opening the package?
It depends on the handling conditions the product was exposed to. If you are not going to consume the whole package after opening it, wash your hands, remove the tortillas you will need and tightly close the package. The product should be good until the expiration date printed on the package.