What does the BEST BEFORE date mean/imply?
So question: is the best before date just a suggestion which indicates that should the product be consumed before said date it would taste best thus implying that consumption after said date would taste not so good but still acceptable, OR, is there a health hazard consuming goods which have passed their best before date. In such a case should food not come with big bold warnings along the line of: Do NOT eat after so and so date. Best before implies several comparative levels (ie: good,better,best). Anybody else feel this may be misleading or at least confusing a bit?
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