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Why Expiration Dates Are Irrelevant

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According to Business Insider, expiration dates are solely based on rough estimates and are not set in stone. A current report shows that because of expiration dates, Americans waste around 40% of the food they purchase annually, the equivalent of $218 billion. Instead of relying on sell-by dates, the best way to tell if a food is still good to eat isn't necessarily looking at the sell-by date printed on the package.

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