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Old 01-15-2013, 9:57 PM
sleepr66 sleepr66 is offline
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More "food for thought"; expiration dates are not always when the food will go bad. Food loses its nutrients over time. The "expiration date" is simply when the food will match its nutrition facts, not when it will go moldy or un-fit for human consumption.
Most canned food will last MUCH longer than their expiration date, but may not give you the nutrients as stated on the Nutritional Facts Label.
Look, Smell, Taste. When starving to death a can of chili that has 60% of the nutrients listed on its label is still.....canned chili.
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