Shelving. Sunday , September 24th , 2017 - 20:38:10 PM
"Use by" is the last date recommended to use the product, such as "Do not use after March 15, 2008." The date has been determined by the manufacturer.
If there is a shelf-life date on a package, trust it. However, keep in mind that there's a great variation with type of food, the temperature where it was stored, the original quality of the food, the amount of oxygen present and other factors, according to Oscar Pike, the department chairman of nutrition, dietetics and food science at Brigham Young University in Provo Utah, who has studied the shelf life of food. We as consumers would like it to be more consistent, but it just isn't.
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