use-by date

use-by date

n
1. (Commerce) the date by which perishable goods should be used
2. (Commerce) NZ another word for sell-by date
Translations

use-by date

n(Mindest)haltbarkeitsdatum nt
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said a source from the Meat Hygiene Service claims it could be 20 days from slaughter to final use-by date for a chicken breast.
Dr Dinsdale explains: "These foods can become or will become dangerous after the expiry of the use-by date and cause food poisoning.
A SHOP was found selling a chicken mayonnaise sandwich filler 45 days past its use-by date.
A CARDIFF shop was found selling a chicken mayonnaise sandwich filler which was 45 days past its use-by date.
Other items found by inspectors included black pudding 22 days past its use-by date, dough balls and garlic dip 12 days past their use-by-date and unsmoked bacon 10 days past its use-by date.
THE use-by date is used on food that goes off quickly, such as smoked fish, meat products and readyprepared salads.
They contend that "the modern corporation, especially in its present holding/subsidiary form, may well be nearing its use-by date.
Perishable food such as packets of cooked meat which have a short shelf life and could cause food poisoning must be marked with a use-by date and it is illegal to sell these past this date.
Mark Price, managing director at Waitrose, admitted often eating fruit, vegetables, cheese, sausages and bacon a few days after the use-by date.
In some instances, food was more than two years past its use-by date and in others the dates had been removed.
Kroger Fresh Selections Greener Supreme salad coded N158 211B 1613 KR04 with a use-by date of June 19 and UPC code of 11110 91039
Irene Raine, 68, retired adult learning tutor It depends on the item - if it's past the use-by date and it's fish or meat, it goes out.