Is it safe to eat chicken in a can if its after the expiration date?
That depends how long after the expiration, how it has been stored and the condition of the can.
Usually, canned food has a "best by", not an "expiration". If the "expiration" is recent and the can has been stored properly and is in good condition, the contents could be safe. Whether or not to use it would be your decision.
Is it safe to eat an unopened can of Progresso Chicken Tortilla soup that is six months past the expiration date?
Is it safe to eat canned food past expiration date if the can were exposed to summer heat and freezing in the winter?
Is it okay to eat chicken purchased on its expiration date kept in the freezer then defrosted in the fridge for twenty four hours?
The expiration date is the last day a commercial market can sell the product. It is generally a very safe date which in no way indicates imminent spoilage. Still, there is no way to judge the precise conditions under which the product was kept after purchase or the manner in which the product will be prepared. The best indicator is in the middle of your face. If it smells wholesome, it's safe to eat after…
If you are talking about shelf stable canned crab meat, the date on the can is likely the 'best by' date and not an expiration. If the can is unopened, has been stored properly and is not swollen or damaged, it is likely safe to eat, but the palatability of the crab meat will deteriorate over time. The processor will not guarantee the product beyond the recommended 'use by' date.
Possibly, but it is not worth the risk. Cheese tends to develop mold after it reaches the expiration date, and the mold is not always easily visible. The manufacturers put the expiration dates on foods for the safety of consumers, so please, don't ever eat any food past the expiration date - it simply is not worth the risk. Food borne illnesses kill many people in the US every year.