Food Products That Have No Expiration Date

Cole Damon March 7th 2018 Lifestyle
Eating foods that have passed their expiry date can be risky business. But, there are some food items that you don't really have to worry about when it comes to their expiry date. These food items don't have an expiry date to them and can be stored safely for elongated period of times. Here we list 15 of these food items.
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Rice
Rice really is one food item that can be stored for the future without any future. You just need to store rice in a plastic container to ensure that it lasts for 30 years or more. Rice has no expiry date and is good for long periods.
Powdered Milk
Powdered milk that has been processed in line with the appropriate health standards can be a stored for a long period of time without any repercussions. You just need to store it in an airtight container for it to remain usable.
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Soy Sauce
Soy sauce has a good life to it and can be stored for as long as 3 years even if you have opened the bottle. The shelf life for soy sauce is much longer, but much of its life depends on factors such as the type of soy sauce it is.
Maple Syrup
According to numerous manufacturers, it is believed that an unopened bottle of maple syrup can be preserved for an indefinite period of time. It needs to be refrigerated for full impact when it is used after a break.
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Dried Kidney Beans
Researchers in Brigham Young University experimented on Dried Kidney Beans and found out some interesting insights. It was found out that these beans had not lost their quality even after 30 years of being stored in an acceptable place.
Salt
Salt is in its actuality a mineral and not a product, which is why it is difficult for it to easily spoil. The mineral can absorb water to form a rock, but salt remains salt regardless of its shape or form.
Strong Alcoholic Drinks
Strong alcoholic drinks like rum, cognac and whisky are considered to last without any expiry date to them. However, it has been considered important by experts that you store them in a cool and dark place with a seal on them.
White Vinegar
White vinegar is another one of the products that come without any expiry date. The product really is helpful and you should make sure to keep it under proper storage conditions to extract the full life potential it holds.
Sugar
Sugar is just like salt and does not lose its taste for a long period of time. If you store sugar in an airtight container it may stay edible for an indefinite period of time. It may turn into a solid rock, but does not lose the quality it has.
Honey
Honey is one really unique food that has been found to last forever. The chemical composition that honey boasts of makes it difficult for bacteria growth inside the contents. Sealed jars with honey in them can last for over a life time.
Foods Never to Eat Past Expiry Date
While we have mentioned 10 foods that don't expire above, it is important for you to know which foods tend to expire and why you shouldn't eat them past their expiry date. You need to adhere to their expiry date and shouldn't consume them afterwards.
Eggs
Eggs usually have 4 weeks before they are no longer suitable for eating. If you eat eggs 4 weeks or more after they were hatched, then you run the risk of being sick or upsetting your stomach. Be safe and avoid expired eggs.
Deli Meats
We have heard a lot about the presence of dangerous bacteria in expired Deli Meat, which is why you should avoid eating this food item after it has passed its expiry period. If you take the risk, you may suffer from food poisoning among many other ailments.
Oysters
To be very honest, many people don't like slurping down an oyster when they are in best shape, leave alone when they're expired. However, when these get expired, they are really unappealing and you may feel sick by their foul smell.
Shrimp
Very much like oysters shrimps from the sea are also host to a lot of bacterial contamination. The bacteria buildup can be seen from the minute they're taken out of the ocean. The bacteria can be killed by cooking them, but please don't eat raw.

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