Expiry Dates

We use a lot of items daily for our livelihood, without caring how old they are. Are they fit to take in? Just because your friend/relative has given you an item, you use it for friendship’s sake. Now onwards, before you do any such thing, just take notice of how old they are, and, are they fit to use? Here is a list of items we use regularly in our livelihood, and their corresponding Expiry Dates.

Item Expiry Date
Beer 4 months (unopened)
Brown Sugar Infinity
Chocolate 1 year
Coffee 2 years (unopened)
Soft Drinks (in plastic bottles) 3 months
Frozen Dinners 12-18 months (unopened)
Frozen Vegetables 18-24 months
Honey Infinity
Bottled Fruit Juice 8 months(unopened)
7 days (opened)
Ketchup 1 year (unopened)
Pickles 18 months (unopened)
White Rice 2 years
Soya Sauce 2 years (unopened)
Vinegar 42 months
Red/White Wine 3 years from Vintage Date (unopened)
Fine Wines 20-100 years
Alkaline Batteries 7 years
Lithium Batteries 10 years
Spray Paint 2-3 years
Bar Soap 3 years
Body/Face Wash 3 years
Body Lotion 3 years
Deodorant 2 years
Lip Balm 1-5 years
Lipstick 2 years
Mascara 2 years (unopened)
Mouthwash 3 years
Perfume 1-2 years
Shampoo 2-3 years
Shaving Cream 2 years (minimum)

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I am an Engineer and a Management Graduate. I love writing poetry and research reports on cars. Surfing, listening to music, and Reading and writing Technical & Research papers are among my most savored hobbies.
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4 Responses to Expiry Dates

  1. It is nice to see you make a post on this topic, I need to bookmark this site. Just keep up the good work.

  2. Karen Jordan says:

    This is great information to have. I have often wondered about a lot of these items. I will have to keep this list so that I know how long to keep things and when to throw them away.

  3. Reblogged this on The Ultimate Renaissance and commented:

    Expiry dates of some common household items… A comprehensive research

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