"Packaged on" dates are similar to "best-before" date but are used on retail-packed foods with a durable life date of 90 days or less, and must be accompanied by durable life information either on the label or on a poster next to the food.
The durable life information can be expressed several ways, for example, the number of days a product will retain its freshness, or a best-before date.
To top it all off, you reach into the fridge for your favorite spicy mustard.
when Jerry broke up with a woman for eating her peas one at a time?
He’s not the only one who’s judged someone by the way she eats.
Always discard foods that have developed an off odor, flavor or appearance.
You can also consult should buy the product before the sell-by date expires.
A basic understanding of what terms are used can help you to better understand these labels.