AffiliationFamily & Consumer Resources, Norton School of
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AbstractThe dates on packages of food are guidelines to help the consumer use food at its peak quality and before spoilage occurs. This article teaches readers how to interpret the dating information on food packages.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1088
CollectionsFood Safety, Nutrition and Health
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