Don’t Trust The Expiry Dates, Here’s How Long Your Food Will Actually Last
Did you know bread can last for 3 months in the refrigerator?
We triple check the expiry date before we buy food. But did you know most of the expiry dates lie? Yes, now we have some serious trust issues. After reading this you might not have any at least when it comes to food.
We gathered information from Still Tasty. The website collects data from the USDA, FDA, and CDC. We created graphics for a better look at what the shelf life of your favorite foods actually looks like.
We can’t believe this one, almonds are normally kept on the dining table or the kitchen. We’re definitely moving these today, are you?
Who knew ‘sev’ couldn’t be saved after a week? The most shocking thing is that we can keep them for a year in the freezer.
Where the minions at? Yes, banana’s can’t be eaten after a week even after sitting in the fridge.
Who else has a bag of chocolates in the freezer just sitting there? If it hasn’t been over a year, please finish it.
Turns out the shelf life of eggs is a lot more than what we expected it to be.
Did you know this? There is so much that changes in one year but garlic doesn’t.
#7 Honeydew Melons
Melons are pretty fragile, aren’t they?
Let’s be honest, who likes bhindi?
#9 Orange Juice
The next time you buy Orange Juice, don’t forget about it.
Okay, so pasta deserves to be in the coldest place.
We’re pretty sure Popeye would want to know.
They are not only expensive but also high maintenance.
Breaking the shells is quite a task.
#14 Aerated Drinks
Yes, you should really throw that Pepsi bottle kept in the fridge since a month.
We’re not sure how we feel about this.
#16 Chilli Powder
And we thought you’d stay on the shelf forever.
#17 The ones who stay forever, quite literally
Last but not the least, Wine
Here’s another reason to finish the whole bottle at once.
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