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How Long Can You Really Eat Food After Its Expiration Date?

Turns out, pretty long.

According to FoodEnvy, here's the real deal:

  1. Dairy – one to two weeks
  2. Eggs – two weeks
  3. Cereal and grains – one year

The article also addresses meat and greens. Read it here:

This is how long you can eat food for after its expiration date

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