Friday, November 09, 2007

Expiry Date

One bad habit that some people does without noticing is when they buy something (food for example), they didn't check the expiry date of that product. It's quite important to check the expiry date, since sometime the stock is still there, where it should be returned since it's already out-dated. Looking for expiry date won't take you more than one minute and yet most people forgot how important that was. Eating out-dated product can cause illness or any other disease to your body, so start protecting your body by looking at the expiry date. Don't hesitate to ask if the expiry date is not where it supposed to be. Your healthy is more important big grin

1 comment:

  1. "Best before" or "Sell By" dates are the subject of increasing criticism by environmental campaigners in the UK. Supermarkets set these dates far earlier than they ought to be, to make people believe the food is "really fresh". This is one of the reasons why one third of the food bought in Britain goes straight into the dustbin.

    This is a disgrace to our country and shows what can happen when supermarkets take over the supply of food.

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