For best taste, eat your commercially frozen turkey within 6 months. It will be safe to eat for much longer than that since pathogenic bacteria will not grow at proper freezer temperatures - although it may not be as tender and juicy. And this is assuming it has never been defrosted. The quality will also depend on how well the food has been wrapped.
Chemical changes - such as rancidity - can also occur over time in the freezer, making the meat inedible.
So the turkey could keep well for longer than 6 months or even a year, but there is no point to hanging onto it that long.
Alternatively, look on the plastic bag the turkey came in and it will tell you.
If turkey has been frozen, how long after removing from deep freeze may it be good?
About 3 days if put in frozen and allowed to thaw inside the refrigerator.
A frozen 20 pound turkey will take about three days to thaw in the fridge.
I think you mean how long is turkey bacon good for if frozen, and that depends on the brand of turkey bacon.
Plan to use frozen turkey stock within 6 months.
The time to actual spoilage is uncertain and variable depending upon conditions like how it was thawed, what the bacterial load was before freezing, packaging and the temperature where the thawed turkey has been stored.It should be cooked within a couple days of thawing.
How long does it take in the refrigerator to thaw a 21lb. frozen whole turkey?
Forever as long as you take it out of the freezer by December 21, 2012.
One million years
you can keep it frozen for 1 week or les
A frozen turkey will be good for 3 months, if frozen in water 6 months. After 3 months it will start to dry out unless frozen in water.
Yes it can be frozen. I help operate a very successful seafood market in wilm nc and I am not sure exactly how long it can be frozen for before it goes bad but I am %100 sure that it can be frozen!
About two weeks.
Fresh or pre-frozen turkey should be used within a year of the consumer placing it in their home freezer for best results. Cooked turkey that has been frozen should be used within 3 to 4 months.
In the fridge, a thawed turkey will last 4-5 days Cooked, it will last 3-4
Up to 2 years.
Up to a week.
According to the package directions.
If it is kept solidly frozen, it will keep (in theory) indefinitely. But in fact, it is fine to eat for six months after you have frozen it, but poultry deteriorates in flavor rapidly after that. After a year in the freezer, it would be rather tasteless when cooked, and after 18 months, it would be unpleasantly tasteless, though still technically "safe".