Monday, June 4, 2012

Should You Believe Food Expiration Dates?


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June 4, 2012

 

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Should You Believe Food Expiration Dates?

Do you toss your milk, eggs, and other perishables once they've reached the expiration date printed on their containers, or do you take your chances with food past its prime?

To find out what the FDA has to say on the subject—and to read about expiration-date practices at major supermarket chains—click here[READ MORE]

 

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