Many consumers call the date printed on store-bought food an "expiration date" and use it as the gospel as to whether that food is safe to eat or not. Unfortunately, for the most part, those dates have nothing to do with expiration, and many foods people call "expired" are safe to eat weeks or months after that date.Read Full Story
OK, food detective, next time you go to a restaurant, take a look around. You'll probably find diners enjoying their meals without a care in the world. What you're not likely to find are obvious clues this restaurant has failed its health inspection.Read Full Story
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