Law360, New York (August 25, 2017, 1:06 PM EDT) -- Your milk says “use by.” Your cheese says “best by.” Those pastries? “Enjoy before.” Supermarket shelves are overflowing with food and beverage products bearing a dizzying array of date labels.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) report that at least 10 different date labels on packages — such as Sell By, Use By, Expires On, Best Before, Better if Used By or Best By — are currently in the marketplace. This hodgepodge of date labels has fomented consumer confusion and led many American households to discard wholesome and safe products after the date on the package....
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