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Is it safe to eat a chicken that has been frozen for a year?

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2009-11-18 04:04:16
2009-11-18 04:04:16

Chicken - if properly packaged and stored consistently at 0°F - should keep for up to a year and maybe even longer. From a microbiological standpoint, no bacteria would grow while it was frozen.

Of course, for it to be safe to eat, the chicken will need to be cooked to the proper temperature.

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