How long after the expiration date can you safely drink an Odwalla Superfood drink?
At least 3 days, its fruit so it would expire faster because it is not in its natural container and its mixed with other fruit.
Odwalla protein monster
Can you safely drink Odwalla Carrot Juice for 60 days after the freshness date provided it has been refrigerated?
That is really tempting fate. It should have spoiled and soured by now, unless it was actually frozen. Using it would be up to you and at your own risk.
No, it is not entirely safe to drink expired orange juice, or any other expired food or beverage. The expiration date represents the end of the time when the juice or food can be safely consumed without any risk. Although the risk may be very low on the precise expiration date, the risk of spoilage might increase very quickly after that date, an one cannot be absolutely certain of safety after that date.
not unless you are suicidle!
It is important to store different food and drink types safely to avoid food poisoning and contamination.It is important to store different foods and drink types safely to avoid contamination.
4 years after
last about 2 years
It has an expiration date for a reason. I would say nothing is good to ingest after it's expired.
Yes you can safely drink Chery juice if you have arthritis. Many people feel that it helps relieve the symptoms of arthritis.
If milk is stored properly up to the expiration date, nothing should happen if you drink the milk soon after. If you drink the milk long after expiry, you might get sick. For fresh milk the expiration date is known as the Use by date. Up to and including that date, the processor can be sure that no problems will happen. After that, there is no assurance that harmful bacteria is not present. This is… Read More
It is not advised to drink any juice after the expiration date. The dates on it are to keep people from getting sick.
By desalinating it.
I suppose you could. I wouldn't recommend it.
There is no way to safely consume alcohol. It is dangerous to the body no matter the circumstance of its consumption.
To be on the safe side, I would say don't drink them.
yes you can but the soda will taste different
6 month the date of manufacturing.
Beer is not good to drink past its expiration. Nothing is advised to be drunk past its expiration. The only partially acceptable thing expired beer can be good for is cooking with, however traces of unnecessary materials can be left even after the cooking process.
Jose cuervo prefers if u drink it within 6 months but there is no actually expiration date so no
It means you can safely drink it.
The expiration date is a guideline, and most products are good for a short while after expiration if they have been properly stored; but you should not depend in it. If its just a few days then it is probably still okay. Try tasting it and if it tastes strange then discard it.
you can safely drink 1-2 alcoholic beverages daily
Yes she can safely drink cold water as well as warm.
Yes you can. Soda has not always had an expiration date on the bottle, can, etc. it may taste a little funny if it is too old but other than that it should be fine.
If you are a female, you are recommended to drink 2- 3 units and a man is recommended to drink 3- 4 units a day. You should not however not drink for a while and then drink all of that amount eg. Female: Mon: Doesn't Drink Tue: Doesn't Drink Thursday Wed: Doesn't Drink Thur: Does Drink (3x3=9, = 1x3 for = 12 units. She drinks 12 units on Thursday to make up for morned) this… Read More
You can, but i wouldn't, unless it hasn't been open yet
Yes, but i recommend maximum 2-3 months after the date.
look at the expiration date dah !! LOL
It is okay as long as it does not smell bad. Do not let sit up to a week after the expiration date. Even if it does not look bad it may cause mild harm to the person that drinks it but if it is maximum 4 days after the expiration and it does not seem to have gone bad it okay to drink.
Not much. Expiration dates are very conservative and the water is usually still good to drink after, even weeks or months after it expires. The only problem would be that it tastes stale, since there is nothing in the water for bacteria to grow, that is no a concern for any kind of disease transmission.
With cranberry juice, it's always hard to tell whether or not its safe to drink. A good way to tell if it is safe to drink is to check the inside of the container. If the surface of the juice is surrounded by a ring of crusty or dark lines, its best to just throw it out. If you're just wanting a clear, plain answer, then just never drink cranberry juice after 3-6 weeks over… Read More
if it has no air in it up to a year and if it hasn't been opened. but if it has then about 2 weeks maybe? But i say if its past a month then don't drink it
If it smell ok and the taste hasn't gone of it should be fine.
Only if it is boiled. dont drink it though its nasty XP
If you drink expired juice, then it will taste off and you will know it is expired. Always check the expiration date of things when you use it. If you DO drink expired juice, you might get a minor stomachache and if will have a HORRIBLE aftertaste.
Buttermilk has a long shelf life, if it doesn't smell sour or pour in lumps, it should be OK to cook with, but I wouldn't drink it if more than 3 days past expiration.
If you swallow some by accident it won't kill you. If you drink too much of it on purpose then it can kill you. No you can't safely drink pool water that is salty.
It would be perfectly fine but the soda will be very, very flat!
You can't drink it (safely) once its polluted.
You can safely eat/drink parsley when pregnant. No longer than 2-3 days
If it smelled sour and disgusting then it is expired. You could read the expiration date or you can drink it and see if you get sick.
A couple days should be fine. But after that you are no longer drinking milk, you are eating Cottage Cheese.
I have V8 juice in plastic bottles 2 years past expiration date. Is it safe to drink.
yes soda doesn't expire Edited to add: It is safe to drink, however soft drinks go flat (lose carbonation), but obviously not the day after they expire.
Expiration dates cannot be determined from the barcode.
I have one thats best by feb 2011 and its june 2013... just fine for me
Yes. You can safely drink coffee, through out pregnancy. Hope that you will not take it more than 3 times a day and it is not very strong.
You should no eat/drink anything while the sub is dissolving. Once dissolved (about 5-10 minutes) you can safely drink. The taste is horrible, but if you drink- you are not getting the correct dosage amount.
Of course you can drink it. However, you could get sick. When I say, "You can drink it," it means that you still have the ability to drink it. You could say, "Can you eat a block of metal?" Of course you can, it just might be poisonous, or taste bad, or be to hard to digest, or be to sour for your tongue, or anything of the sort.