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KJ Foods products doesn't have "best by" label

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  • Oct 25th, 2013 8:49 pm
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KJ Foods products doesn't have "best by" label

I was going to buy these products, but I noticed that all of the packages do not have a "best by" label. similar products from other companies are also on the freezer shelf, and have clearly labeled "best by" dates. I have a higher chance of getting food poisoning than winning the lottery, am i rite?

http://www.kjfoodsinc.com/product.htm
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No you are not right.
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Frozen items like those dont require best before dates. Manufacturers sometimes voluntarily put them and even then I doubt you'd get food poisoning eating them months after that date.

We really need a best before thread here, in the past couple decades they have become more of a psychological thing rather than about freshness and food safety.
Remember to be an RFD-er and NOT a degenerate.
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No Frills wrote:
Oct 25th, 2013 7:41 pm

We really need a best before thread here, in the past couple decades they have become more of a psychological thing rather than about freshness and food safety.
agreed
my friends and i ate some past due instant noodles at one of their houses and after mentioning it "expired" a month ago, 3 of them instantly got a stomach ache
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