Shelving. Saturday , October 21st , 2017 - 17:07:03 PM
Valerie Phillips of the Deseret Morning News gives the following information on food labeling and packaging. Here are the dates you are likely to find on your package and what they mean, according to the USDA:
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"Closed" or coded dates are packing numbers or dates, so that manufactures know when and where the product was produced. This is helpful in the event of a recall. The product may be stamped with a date preceded by the letters "MFG." This tells you the date it was packed. You may have bought the product a month ago, but this date could tell you that it has been sitting in a warehouse or on a store shelf for several months.
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