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Where to Buy Expired Food Online
Buying expired food is not always an easy. It is a task to track down the bargains and where to buy expired food online may help. Although you will discover some stores offering regular bargains for overstocked and near expired best before date grocery lines. Often its best to try online regularly.
Expired Grocer offers the medium to track down online both sellers and buyers form our classified expired food listing site specialising in expired best before foods and overstocked products.
We invite you to come back to our classifieds directory regularly to review our latest advertisements to Buy Expired Food Online
To get an idea of the saving available, See this article linked below on selling Expired Best Before date food on Fox news.
“These stores aren’t for everyone, they do attract price-conscious shoppers looking for deals. And the deals can be significant. One chain, Grocery Clearance Center, is offering deals like an eight-pack tube of Chobani Greek Yogurt for $1 and a 16oz bag of spinach for $.50. A box of cereal that sells at most regular grocery stores for nearly $4 can cost as low as $1.”
See this link for the full article. Buying expired food online Fox News article.
Australians discard up to 20% of the food they buy, that equates to 1 out of every 5 grocery bags!!
One of the main reasons is a lack of understanding of the difference between “Best Before” and “Use By” dates.
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What actually is the Best Before Meaning
Find out exactly about the best before meaning. The Australian Food Authority classifies food products into those that need a strict “Use By” date (usually containing moisture and contamination risk) and those that are packaged dry grocery products with a really long shelf life which only requires a “Best Before” recommendation from the food manufacturer. So Its an indication of when the Manufacturer thinks it might still be at its freshest whilst still in the packaging supplied.
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Some manufacturers are overly cautious and some deliberately make it a shorter date that it needs to be, just so that retailers with discount it and restock from them faster. So the best before meaning is vague and meant to be a guide only, Dont let it decide when to through out good food. Smell it and then taste it first.
Comparing Use By And Best Before Dates
Dry packaged foods have an extremely long shelf life when stored in a cool dry warehouse in airtight packaging. Many consumers get the “Best Before” label recommendation on dry grocery foods, confused with “Use By” labels which are important and are applied to foods that have moisture content like meat and eggs etc., and that do deteriorate quickly.
View this report from RT television news network that explains how understanding the best before meaning and buying expired Best Before groceries are helping a lot of people in the UK with their weekly food budget.
Expired Grocer offer long life grocery products that are past their Best Before date at huge discounts of up to 50% of original wholesale price.