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How long after the expiration date on canned goods can they still be safely consumed?

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After the expiration date, you shouldn't eat canned goods. Safely consuming canned goods means that they are eaten before the expiration date.

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Meaning that if prices change by 1%, the change in quantity would be 2.5% (at $100/piece, 1000 goods are consumed. if the price rises to $101, only 975 goods are consumed. And if the price falls to $99, 1025 goods are consumed.)

i think it depends on the food. as in veggies canned veggies such as peas, are less energy efficient then frozen veggies. however, i read that canned potatoes are more energy efficient then refrigerated potatoes.

No.More informationActually, most dates on canned goods are 'best by' dates, not actual expirations. Companies tend to be conservative on the dating of their products so that people will utilize the food while it is in prime condition. The product would not be guaranteed after that date. And so much depends upon the storage conditions.Even unopened canned food can deteriorate in quality and nutrition.So it will depend upon how far past the expiration date, storage conditions and the condition of the can. Using it would be up to you.

Canned goods have nee known to last up to 100 years, however up to five years is enough in the home. Also, ensure the can has not degraded first

Each manufacturer can have their own coding system. The code in the discussion area could be interpreted many ways, but the only way to know for certain would be for you to contact the manufacturer or distributor listed on the can's label.


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