The products we produce or purchase in the market has a shelf life. Each product is intended to be launched or destroyed after the expiration date. If the products are still consumed after expiration, then can cause mild to severe health problems.
Here is a list of foods to avoid definitively once the expiry date is passed:
commercial cold freshly squeezed juices
There are cold-pressed available on the market that do not contain preservatives juices. Since they are free of preservatives, juices must be consumed before the expiry date mentioned on their bottles. They should never be consumed after the date on the bottle often only two to five days after it was made. Because these are the unpasteurized juices and contain no preservatives, which are much more prone to contamination by bacteria or yeast and can cause stomach problems.
beaten eggs are one of the most common causes of foodborne illness. Its consumption can cause mild symptoms ranging from abdominal discomfort, gas and diarrhea to food poisoning in the making. If you store eggs in the refrigerator, you can eat safely for up to four weeks after they were packed.
Soft cheeses are more risky to be consumed after the expiry date of hard cheeses such as cheddar. soft cheeses such as brie and fresh cheese may contain Listeria, and E. coli; especially if they are made from unpasteurized milk. I will consume expiration date, or within 5 to 7 days of buying it.
Listeria is a bacterium that can grow deterioration in cold meat (any meat instead) in cold conditions. That means the listeria can thrive even if your deli meat has been stored properly in the refrigerator. Therefore, always make sure deli meat / meat consumed not passed the expiration date.
Oysters are one of those foods that you should never eat beyond their expiration date. Vulnificus is a bacterium which accumulates in the obsolete / dead oysters. Consumption can cause a severe form of food poisoning that affects the bloodstream. This can cause the body to go into septic shock and is difficult to treat.
green leafy vegetables
green leafy vegetables (precooked salads, bagged and loose-leaf vegetables) could be prewashed several times, but have a tendency to carry bacteria E. coli. Always wash them before eating and do not eat once they are completed, or once they start to get sticky.
Chicken can get messed up and make you sick if consumed, like eggs. Chicken freezing can extend the life of a few months, but once defrosted, be sure to cook meat thoroughly to avoid any possibility of contracting food poisoning by E. coli.