Are you used to look at the date of production when you bought foods? s

China
December 12, 2006 9:08am CST
Are you used to look at the date of production when you buy foods? yes,i do.
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@edigital (2710)
• United States
12 Dec 06
I see date of expiry of food, drinks, cosmetics, tooth paste. It is very important as health hazards quesiton is associated with expiry date. I also see age (production year) before acceptance of friendship invitaion from myLot friends (he he).
• China
12 Dec 06
You are really careful.
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@tanujarneja (2833)
• India
12 Dec 06
Yes i am very much used to look after the date of production & date of expiring
• China
12 Dec 06
ha,the same as you.
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• China
12 Dec 06
I often check the date of production,i am afraid ...
@msqtech (15226)
• United States
12 Dec 06
I try to but dont always remember
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• Malaysia
12 Dec 06
I always look at the expiration date...not so much the manufacturing date. Further to that, the usual visual inspection can tell you alot about the can food or tooth paste or etc. If the product is dented or packaging opened or if bottled drinks, when you press the bottle and water comes out of it...BEWARE! The expiration date might be months away but if it FAILS the visual and physical checks...DON'T purchase the product. Look for others...simple!
@JoyfulOne (6242)
• United States
14 Dec 06
I always look at the production date as well as the expiration date of all food items that I buy. I've actually found outdated products that were missed by the people at the store. I wouldn't want to purchase something that was close to it's expiration date because I would probably want it to have a longer shelf life.
• France
12 Dec 06
food - food
I think it's very important and yes,I also have to look at the date of expiration,as especially in shops it seems that the freshest is pushed to the back.