Not long. Some old, fragile wines begin to deteriorate immediately upon opening. Although I haven't experienced it personally, I have been told (and I've read) that very old wines will actually noticeably fade within minutes of opening. In other words, the first glass may taste great, but that's it. But that is an extreme case. You're talking about everyday wines. It has been my experience that opened bottles of just about any red wine will deteriorate in a day or two if left out. Placing them in the fridge doesn't seem to help much. The deterioration in primarily due to oxidation, which colder temps don't do much to reduce. I have had some success, however, with those vacuum pumps closures. Wines seem to taste better the next day, and even the day after that, if I use the pump closures, which evacuate air from the bottle and reduce the oxidizing effect. White wines seem to do better than reds after opening, and jug wines, even reds, seem to hold up pretty well, also.
Fresh milk should be stored refrigerated at between 2 - 5°C. Long life milk can be stored at room temperature until opened. Once opened, it should be refrigerated like fresh milk.
Stored in the frige up to 2 weeks.
Obviously canned tuna can be stored in hot weather because it is canned. If the canned tuna has been opened it needs to be stored out of the temperature danger zone. This zone is between 145 degrees and 45 degrees.
Honey is a shelf-stable product, opened or not. It will last indefinitely as long as the honey hasn't been contaminated.
A few days. stored in a seal plastic container.
You can keep an opened bottle of Hoisin sauce for at least three months. It should be stored in the refrigerator once it has been opened.
Wine that has not been opened can be kept for many years in a refrigerator if stored on its side so as to keep the cork moist.
As long as is stored in a cool dark area it will keep indefinitely.
That will depend on several things including the microbiological load when purchased, how cold it has been stored, how many temperature fluctuations it has experienced, and whether or not it has become contaminated (as in drinking out of the carton or pouring some back in). I have had opened pasteurized milk last 5 days beyond the sell by date.
If properly stored, it should last indefinitely.
Properly stored, Zinfandel should last for decades.
For capsules, it's 3 years from production, so long as the inner packet has not been open, and it has been stored at the correct temperature.
As long as the unopened hair color is stored in a cool, dark environment, it should last a fairly long time....maybe a few years or so.
You can refrigerate formula for a couple of days before it spoils if it has been opened. The packaging should say how it should be stored and for how long.
Depending on temperature, location, and if it's been opened, brandy can keep anywhere from 5 years to a lifetime if unopened.
It should last indefinitely if properly stored.
Yes, as long as it has been stored at the proper temperature before freezing, it can be safely frozen for several months.
If stored properly, Kalamata olives can stay in the refrigerator for a couple of months. If they are in a jar that hasnâ??t been opened, they are fine for twice as long.
It shouldn't, as long as the bottle is closed again and not stored in extreme temperatures.
Depending on the temperature of the fridge, however usually 14days.
Packaged and sealed, it can last for a few months as a shelf life. Once it has been opened, it can last for 2 to 3 days, if stored properly.
1 - 1.5 years as long as the bag hasn't been opened. If the bag has been opened, .5 years.
As long as it is still raw, yes.
That will depend how well it has been stored and whether or not the package has been opened. I have used unopened cream cheese 2 weeks beyond the package date.
If the new pack is not opened it can last for up to 2 weeks. If the pack is opened, it can last for about a week. That is if this is stored in an airtight container.