Still Tasty

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  • #73724

    Salina
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    Came across this website looking for advice on expiry dates.   Well worth looking at.

    There may be an Australian one…if I find one, I’ll post.

    http://stilltasty.com/

    #73731
    Jen
    Jen
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    I found this one Salina which has some good info.

    Australian expiration labels

    “There’s basically three types of expiration dates in Australia,” Rachelle Williams, Chair of the Food Safety Information Council, told The Huffington Post Australia. “There’s ‘use by’, ‘best before’ and ‘baked on’.

    Full explanation of the differences and what they mean at:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/06/29/food-expiration-dates-everyone-should-know_a_21421593/

    #73736

    Salina
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    Thanks Jen ..some good info there.   Have found another one.

     

    http://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/labelling/dates/Pages/default.aspx

    I was originally wondering about the jars of Masterfoods Seafood Cocktail sauce and M’foods bottled Tartare sauce.

    Although they have a use by date, I’ve often wondered if that date applies once jar is open or if the product would need to be consumed in a shorter period.

    Apparently the date  does still apply, and is perfectly safe for a couple of months…but must be refrigerated.

    All interesting info anyway.

     

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