Health & Wellness

11 Foods You Should Throw Away on the Expiration Date

#2. Specialty Juices

Where convenience foods and healthy foods meet, there are specialty juices. Like drinking a healthy meal or snack, cold pressed juices are made with unpasteurized fruits and without any preservatives. This means that your juice is likely to bad just as quickly as a piece of fruit that you’ve already peeled—typically within two to five days of when it was made. Bacteria and yeast can both grow very quickly in cold pressed juice, creating more opportunities for contamination, so be sure not to eat them after the recommended date. If your specialty juice is high-pressure processed (HPP), then you may have something more like 30 to 45 days within which to drink your juice. Still, you should followed the date suggested by the manufacturer.




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