Video: Year-long experiment of eating expired food raises doubts about ‘sell by’ dates

| | June 20, 2019
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Last year, Mom’s Organic Market founder and chief executive Scott Nash did something many of us are afraid to do: He ate a cup of yogurt months after its expiration date. Then tortillas a year past their expiration date. “I mean, I ate heavy cream I think 10 weeks past date,” Nash said …. [the Washington Post] interviewed Nash about his experiment and examined where expiration dates come from and what they really mean.

Read full, original article: This man ate ‘expired’ food for a year. Here’s why expiration dates are practically meaningless.

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