A bill proposed in Congress would drop the “sell by” date from food labels in favor of “best if used by” for shelf goods and “expires on” for perishable goods.
A bill proposed in Congress would drop the “sell by” date from food labels in favor of “best if used by” for shelf goods and “expires on” for perishable goods. Ian McVea Special to the S-T
A bill proposed in Congress would drop the “sell by” date from food labels in favor of “best if used by” for shelf goods and “expires on” for perishable goods. Ian McVea Special to the S-T

Swap ‘Sell by’ for ‘Best if used by’ and ‘Expires on,’ but allow more

June 21, 2016 05:12 PM