shelf life

NOUN
  1. the length of time a packaged food or drug will last without deteriorating
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How To Use shelf life In A Sentence

  • But Brown's recording didn't have the emotional shelf life of Jet, a weekly black newsmagazine.
  • The Defence Food Research Laboratory from Bangalore has on display some ready-to-eat chapatis, curries and biriyanis which have a shelf life of one year.
  • Dating information and instructions for proper storage are required on most foods which have a shelf life of 90 days or less, starting on the day the food was packaged for retail sale.
  • Offsetting the low levels of lycopene are higher levels of compounds called volatile terpenoids, which possess antimicroial, pesticidal and antifungal qualities, so the GM tomato may have longer shelf life and need less pesticide to grow, Lewinsohn contends. Lemon, Rose-Flavored ”Frankenfood” Tomato Developed | Impact Lab
  • We look at how we can extend the shelf life of beer and at improving foam - people equate freshness with a nice head of foam.
  • But when production lines heat the flavor out of ingredients; when plants buy loads of chemically altered, inferior raw materials to cut costs; when they oversalt and oversugar to pack in cheap taste; when they lay on additives and preservatives to increase shelf life (remember trans fats?); when they process the very life out of food in the name of convenience and affordability, yes, they feed us, but they do not nurture us. The Taste Makers
  • Fresh fruit has a very short shelf life.
  • These unsaturated hydrocarbons are readily oxidised and polymerised, which can reduce the oil's shelf life.
  • The shelf life of some of these hormones is up to five years. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food
  • The pies have a shelf life of approximately one week.
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