What Food Cos. Can Expect From New Date Label Standards

Law360, New York (March 3, 2017, 11:06 AM EST) -- Anne Marie Ellis

Michael Preciado We've all been there before. You open the fridge to grab a snack, but at the last second you check the expiration date to determine whether the item might be a day or two "expired."

When you look closely at the date label, you see that it says "Best By." Not knowing what that means, you believe the food item is spoiled and throw it away. You are not alone as Americans throw away $218 billion worth of food each year. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, 40 percent of food in the United States...

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