Bottled water under normal conditions should not require refrigeration after it has been opened. But there is the possibility of it becoming contaminated after opening and support growth of microorganisms, since there is nothing added to the water (like chlorine) to prevent such growth.
Perhaps you can find more specific information here: http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~ear/retfood.html#water
If you drink from the bottle, yes. our mouth has bacteria in in that can contaminate the bottle. If you pour it into another container, then no.
Yes it will have mold on it if you don't refrigerate after opening.
you don't need to refrigerate peanut butter but its recommended to refrigerate jelly.
After opening, yes.
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No, you do not need to refrigerate preserves after opening, but some brands recommend it. However, the high amounts of sugar act as preservatives to help the food last.
Yes. It really should have been refrigerated before opening, too.
No you do not need to refrigerate extracts after opening. Such as Vanilla or Almond extract. They are perfectly fine to be stored in the cupboard and often mix better when the other ingredients are more room temperature as well.
Because it needs to be refridgerated
I refrigerate mine. I notice that ketchup is now labeled to refrigerate after opening. I didn't used to and neither did my mother. But it keeps better if you do.
Asking different restaurants if they refrigerate ketchup and mustard there is a difference of opinion on that. However, all through the years I never refrigerated ketchup and it never said you had to on the bottles. Now they say refrigerate after opening. I don't get it.
Doing so helps preserve it longer.
Read the label on the bottle. If it doesn't say refrigerate after opening, the answer would be no.
because it will keep your food fresh and good for you to eat later onby yungbludstyll
yessir my blood. check da label sun. im black.
Yes. Champagne tends to taste much better if it has been chilled prior to opening.
Yes you will need to refrigerate after opening, but it doesn't need to be refrigerated if still sealed.
probaly because if it says refrigerate after opening.
put it in the fridge it last up to 3 days Keep it in the freezer. Whenever you put soup away, boil it and put it in containers or jars. Refrigerate it while it's still hot. When you remove soup from a container, boil up the remainder. Store soup in small containers as opening them invites bacteria. Vegetable soups last longer than soups made with chicken or beef broth.
Refrigerate after opening is on the label of Spiced Apple Butter purchased from Walmart.
said room temperature is enough but if you going to drink tomorrow no problem refrigerating
No. As long as you used vinegar in the brine, the vinegar preserve it. After opening though, you must refrigerate.