Along with an expiration date on food, there should also be a "will make you extremely sick by" date. (+23)
says semple on Feb 18th 16 (#788937)
My idea of a day off from work is not spending it on the toilet. :)
says Linnster on Feb 18th 16 (#2231932)
says Bozette on Feb 18th 16 (#2231945)
Those are sell by dates.
says Cezar on Feb 18th 16 (#2231992)
If it smells funny, throw it away.
says Tiffanee on Feb 18th 16 (#2232006)
If water has an expiration date, it's not real water.
says Tanor_Faux on Feb 18th 16 (#2232027)
It's a very fast way to lose weight. :) How you feel better soon. http://img.memecdn.com/the-worl..._o_2101859.jpg
says Will_Janitor on Feb 19th 16 (#2232679)
says Sukiesnow on Feb 24th 16 (#2235320)
Hey...you also mentioned this on my Post...the one about Expiry dates are hard to find...
says Sukiesnow on Mar 10th 16 (#2246688)
The law in one state requires an expiration date on water and it is two years after the date it's bottled, irregardless. Other states have other goofy requirements, and bottlers and canners have no idea where their products might go, so they just print whatever is required by any state on every product. That's why you see foods all over the USA marked "reg Penna Dept Agr".
Food stays good until it gets grey and fuzzy, or the ends of a can swell.
says SmartAZ on Jun 19th 17 (#2593747)
The reason there is an expiration date on water bottles is not that the water will go bad, but the plastic bottle it's in will begin to deteriorate and chemicals will leach into the water.
says Linnster on Jun 19th 17 (#2593755)
none of it makes me sick. Start eating older things to build up your resistance.
says LorraineTwevlehundredRaineTwelvehundred on Jun 19th 17 (#2593770)
Love me some food poisoning...not!
says Masha on Jun 19th 17 (#2593777)