Microbiologically, it should be OK as long as it was safe when frozen and has been kept properly frozen. It might not taste very good, but it should be safe.
No, it is not safe.
NO!!!!!!!!! IT WOULDNT BE SAFE TO GIVE ANYTHING 2-YEAR-OLD CHICKEN. OR ANY 2-YEAR-OLD FOOD!!!!!!!!!!
Safe, yes. I would doubt how good it tastes, but it's safe. If a vacuum sealer was used, it's good for another year.
If it's been in a good freezer - yes.
This is fine as long as You don't refreezeAnswer:Chicken can be frozen for up to a year depending on whether it is cut up or whole.See Link for suggested freezer storage times.
I do not recommend it.Its best to throw it away.
For one year!
Commercially purchased raw frozen chicken is ideally consumed within 9 months.
no it is not safe
Up to a year.
Technically freezing keeps food safe indefinitely. The issue is that the quality of the food may diminish over time. Frozen food is usually good to the taste for up to six months or so.
It is safe to eat 3 year old frozen deer sausage as long as:It has been kept frozen at temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit the entire timeThe sausage does not have any offensive odors or flavors.
no you can get a variety of diseases from it
It's safe ... but they won't be very tasty. Typically, you shouldn't store food for more than six months for maximum flavor.
No, as long as it is cooked before consumption.
I wouldn't try it.
If you just bought it and froze it for 3 years, salomonilla wouldn't be able to grow. Espeacially if it was insulated. As long as you cook it thouroghly it shoud be safe.
ANSWER 1 Yes, it's perfect. I did it once and it was even better then I thought. It was over date, but good, very good. ANSWER 2 I do not agree with the above answer. Eating a 2 year old frozen chicken can make you feel very bad. It can harm your digestive system because obviously, the meat isn't fresh anymore. Keep yourself away from eating unfresh meat. Better safe than sorry.
If well wrapped and kept solidly frozen, Chicken will keep it's original quality for about six months in the freezer. It is still safe to eat after a year, but will have lost much of it's "original quality" by then - it should be used within six months.
yes, but it depends what it is if it is something like fruits or vegatables then its safe but if it is like pork or beef i recommend not to eat it if it is like chicken it should be ok to eat I wouldn't want to take the risk
Frozen pork can be stored safely in a freezer for up to six months. Frozen ground pork can be stored safely in a freezer for up to three months.
I am assuming you don't mean eat it while its still frozen. If it is not discolored or freezer burned, and upon thawing it doesn't smell bad then cook it to an internal temperature of 165 degrees f. It should be fine.
It's as safe to go this year as it has ever been.