Is it safe to eat frosting past its expiration date?
The expiration date just tells when the store or company will have new ones shipped in.
Is it safe to eat canned food past expiration date if the can were exposed to summer heat and freezing in the winter?
Uhh... never that's why its an expiration date! More information Around here, the date on the milk carton is a not an expiration date. If it was of initial good quality and has been handled and stored properly, the milk should be OK up to 5 days or even a week beyond the date on the package. A week or two even milk is still good after the expiration 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.
That would depend how far past the expiration, how it has been stored, the condition of the can and the quality of the broth. The processor will only guarantee the product up to the date on the can - as long as it has not been abused. If the can is in good shape, the broth is likely safe, but the flavor could have degraded. Using it would be up to you.
The expiration date on most drugs tell you when the manufacturer is guaranteeing it will have the maximum potency. Taking a drug after the expiration date is taking a chance that it won't be as effective as a drug taken within the "guaranteed effective." So, in answer to your question, on the diphenhydramine, no one knows if it is safe. All you can say for sure, is the manufacturer will not guarantee the drug is…
Is it safe to eat an unopened can of Progresso Chicken Tortilla soup that is six months past the expiration date?
The manufacturer establishes the expiration date as being the last date they're willing to guarantee that the product will taste as intended. Past that you're taking your chances as far as taste goes, and if it's long past that, you may be taking chances as far as your health goes. There really is no hard and fast rule for how long after the stated expiration date a product may remain tasty or safe. The best…