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For those of you who are confused about the difference between 'Use by Dates' and 'Best Before Dates'; food with a 'USE BY DATE' must be eaten or thrown away by the date shown on the packaging, whereas 'BEST BEFORE DATED' foods are still safe to eat after the date as long as they are not damaged, deteriorated or perished. According to the Food Authority of NSW, "The 'best before' date simply indicates that the product may have lost some of its quality after this date passes. Foods can be legally sold after a 'best before' date (as long as they are not damaged, deteriorated or perished). You can expect these foods to retain their colour, taste, texture and flavour as long as they are stored correctly. Common 'best before' foods include canned foods, cereals, biscuits, sauces, chocolate, sugar, flour and frozen foods."