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Do you know if the food on your shelves is still edible? Dates on the packages offer some clues, but these can be confusing because the United States doesn't have a uniform system of food dating. Product dating isn't federally required, except for infant formula and some baby food, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture fact sheet. Also, stores aren't legally required to remove food once a "sell by" date has passed. It is up to us to be informed and make our own decision.
Shelves also free up space so you can add more equipment as desired. You will be able to balance the equipment that you have and build upon your system. If you are disorganized, you are not able to do this. By incorporating organization with the right amount of shelves you will have more room than you ever imagined, so you will be able to add equipment that you have always wanted.
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