Meat Packages Code Datesx


It is extremely important for employees, especially meat wrappers, to
know the difference in code dating in fresh meats and code dating in
packaged products.

Code dating is generally recognized as “Use By” dating, where product is
not advisable to eat after the date on the package.

It does not state that product is “bad” or “spoiled” if used after this date.

The “Use by” fresh meat dating, contrary to most claims by media food “experts” is dictated more by “Department of Weights and Measures” who check regularly to make sure customers get the “weight” of product they paid for than by the “Use by” dating in the aforementioned deli, dairy, and other such factory packaged products.
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