Below is a standard definition for “Use By Date,” but please see the individual pages for specific items to know how long each item may be actually used. So, what is the “Use By Date” of a food item? The “Use By Date” is the last day that the manufacturer vouches for the product’s quality. The use by date is the date the manufacturer recommends that the consumer use their product for “peak quality” in the food. So you may eat the food after the use by date, but it likely is not going to be at peak quality if a use-by date has passed.
Hi Melanie! Articles are really difficult to use. I’ve been teaching NYC and its sights to my students and I’m never really sure why sometimes you use “the” and sometimes you don’t. I’ve even seen . Brooklyn Bridge with “the” even though I’ve always thought it goes without article. Why is it “Times Square” or “Central Park” but “THE Empire State Building” or “THE 9/11 Memorial Plaza”? Are there any rules for the usages of definite articles?
Thank you very much in advance!