So, each month we'll test drive the latest dating apps and report back on what's worth your time.They say opposites attract — so maybe haters attract each other, too.The two industry standard date terms chosen by the GMA and FMI are the phrases “Use By” and “Best if Used By”.Which one of these two terms that a manufacturer will use depends upon the type of product that they are dating.
Then, instead of a love connection, the app tries to create, well, one of mutual hate. Montana singles hate going to the gym, and we're right there with them.
As of now, guesses as to the number of existing printed date phrases on foods range between 10 and 20.
Manufacturers are now encouraged to replace whatever they currently use, anything from “expires on” to “enjoy by”, to one of only two phrases which seem to resonate best with consumers.
The term “Use By” should be placed on highly perishable food items and term “Best if Used By” should be placed on less perishable items.
“Use by” is meant to be a safety designation for highly perishable foods such as fresh meats, poultry and fish.
It should be used to designate the time at which, if the product were to be used after that date, there could be safety concerns.