Grocery industry groups introduce new expiration dates that eliminate confusion about when food should be thrown away.
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A new program discourages waste, by putting coupons on products that are about to expire.
Grocery stores say they will no longer stock thousands of products, in order to comply with a new labeling law in Vermont.
Lawmakers are proposing a standardized expiration-date system, to prevent us from throwing away food before it’s really expired.
A new proposal blames “best by” dates for causing food waste, so it suggests scrapping the dates altogether on many grocery products.
What do a black widow, Brazilian wandering spiders and a roach wing have in common? They may all be in your groceries!
Sure, you clip coupons and shop the sales. But no matter how savvy a saver you are, even the best of us are guilty of overspending on some of our groceries in a big way, in one key respect. How many times have you poured out the remaining contents of a container of milk that had passed its expiration date?[Read More…]
Kids love them, but chicken nuggets can be pricey. If you manage to combine a good sale with a coupon, though, you can sometimes get a 29-ounce bag for just a buck or two… Oh, forget the clumsy attempt to tie this into coupons somehow. Let’s just cut to the chase – your kids may soon be eating chicken nuggets[Read More…]
Couponers are pretty familiar with Chobani Greek yogurt – there are often coupons available that will make the single-serve cups free or close to it. But now, some are swearing off the product and wouldn’t accept a cup if you paid them to take it. If you can even find Chobani products in your local store, that is. Chobani has[Read More…]
There are “sell by,” “best by” and “use by” dates on our grocery products – but, let’s be honest, most of us really only look at the date and not the description. Even if it’s just a “best by” date, and it’s probably perfectly safe to eat after the date passes, most of us tend to err on the side[Read More…]