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#1 Mar 24, 2013
I bought a very out dated box of Nabisco crackers on 3/24/13. Their best used by date was 8/29/12. I looked at the remaining boxes on the self they were all out dated and so were two other boxes of another flavor. When I went back to return them the man working told me they were still good to eat!! He does not know how the code dating program works.
The shelf life of any product depends on factors including the ingredients, packaging, and storage conditions. We monitor our products in the stores to ensure that they continue to meet our high standards for quality and freshness.
The date printed on each package represents the last day the product should be consumed to guarantee the best quality, freshness and flavor of the product
Beginning in 2003 all cookies and crackers are being converted to a Best When Used By date.
That is from the Nabisco wed site.
I would never buy anything in that store again. If you choose to buy something there be sure to check the dates. It is a pain to get down the road and have to go back and then to be treated so rudely.
I would go without before going there.
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