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Asker : iceman, Male, 47
Category : M/F, age 18-99
Do best before dates really matter that much or are they a bit of a scam? Wouldn't there be a natural tendency to cover one's butt by putting a few days earlier to be SURE, meaning there are likely a few more days of freshness left? Also doesn't early disposal drive product replacement sales?

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Angry Bird, Male, 71
There is always some time between expire date and moment when product is no more consumible. How much, depends on the product. Probably if you buy a freshly packed product, you'll enjoy it with more certainity
Answered 4 Years ago
hassel67, Male, 32
no
Answered 4 Years ago
Havster, Female, 52
I not chancing taking a drink of bad milk! The thought makes me gag!
Answered 7 Years ago
Scradley, Male, 57
Scam. I push the dates by a week sometimes and let my eyes and nose tell me if food is spoiled, just like we did for the first few million years of our existence!!!!!
Answered 7 Years ago
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