sell-by date


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sell-by date

a date printed on the packaging of perishable goods, indicating the date after which the goods should not be offered for sale
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class="MsoNormalSurely Brenda, is there such a thing as a sell-by date for women?
of Taipei, which had packaged bags with a sell-by date from late 2017 into boxes showing a date in August 2019, the Apple Daily reported.
24-lb cases of JP OREILLYS, BACON & CHEDDAR BEEF PATTIES with sell-by date of 01-10-18 and case codes of 0614KS42065, 0614KS42066, 0614KS42067, 0614KS42068 and 0614KS42070.
The dad-of-three, of Surrey, said: "I am now existing beyond my sell-by date. I would not wait to the bitter end, with suffering becoming more and more unbearable."
Steve Murrells, of the Co-op, said: "If you've got food in the fridge and it's one day past its sell-by date it's fine."
"It was only then Simon CHECKED the bottle to find out it was in fact a MONTH out of date, with a sell-by date of September 16.
The confiscated stocks were found concealed under cartons of frozen fish that were labelled well within their sell-by dates.
The contents of the van will now be subjected to lab testing to determine if the meat's sell-by date had expired.
Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper said it had made a tour of a number foodstuffs shops and found out that many of the goods displayed on shelves had only few days for their sell-by date to expire.
A FARM shop that offered steak, pork and chicken for sale when it was past its sell-by date has been fined.
Hannaford will provide a refund or replacement of any beef or ground beef product purchased at its stores with these sell-by date ranges.
FLOWERS approaching their sell-by date at a Nuneaton supermarket are being given to the town's Mary Ann Evans Hospice to help brighten up the day for patients.