never saw it on fruit
U can't get thatHow to sell cakes?
In the US, it is a law that every food must have a sell by, use by, or expiration date. The reason fruit doesn't is because it becomes quite obvious to the eye that a fruit is no longer good to eat. lol. If it is a seasoning or something containing only dry ingredients, it doesnt really go bad, just loses flavor over time.How to make a mimosa drink?
toh thanks :) i always thougth boiled sweets didnt have a sell by.How do you make the drink "Nutcracker"?
Sugar based "Fruit Drinks" have a very long shelf life. Simply because it's just sugar that is simulating a fruit flavor.What type of food does McDonald's sell?
do boiled swwets have a sell by?Which is your favorite drink?
As for foods, canned stuff lasts a long time. anything else your pretty limited.Does walmart sell figs?
honey.When people say drink milk to help with spicy food, does soy milk work just as well?
In my country, every packed "comestible good" has to have a date. Only things that are sold in pieces with no packaging do not have one.
Ant there is a maximum date. It says no food can last longer than 3 and a half years. So every food has to expire by then.
EVEN Oxygen. Bottled Oxygen counts as comestible and thus has to have an expiry date, even though it can't go bad. I mean, the oxygen in the air doesn't either.
Most people just don't care about the dates. You can eat tin food 10 years after expiry date and it's still good.What are some simple, low cost drinks and/or food for Saint Patrick's Day?