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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It does not have to be on the day of purchase either, just as long as it is before the use-by date.
Waitrose has issued a recall for the 600g batch of Yorkshire Provender's Moroccan Vegetable Tagine Soup as it features the wrong use-by date.
Some of the biggest supermarket chains are recalling a number of products after safety concerns ranging from "possible presence of salmonella" and products being labelled with an "incorrect" use-by date.
For the use-by date to be a valid guide, you must follow storage instructions such as keeping the product in a fridge.
A SHOP was found selling a chicken mayonnaise sandwich filler 45 days past its use-by date.
A SHOP was found selling a chicken mayonnaise sandwich filler which was 45 days past its use-by date.
They contend that "the modern corporation, especially in its present holding/subsidiary form, may well be nearing its use-by date." ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
The rule is, smell it." Mark Price, managing director at Waitrose, admitted often eating fruit, vegetables, cheese, sausages and bacon a few days after the use-by date. All save money by doing so.
* 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
It does mean I miss out on the 'buy one, get one free' offers, used to shift stuff nearing its use-by date, but that wastes 8.3million tonnes of food - pounds 520 a year thrown away by the average household.
The website will display the number of days until the use-by date of each food and drink product, the retailer said.
Although the freshness date of some of the beef expired one year ago, a new one-year expiration date was set on the repackaged beef with its use-by date masked by a maximum of two years, they said.