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Re: Spoiled frozen food
Did you have any of the product left after feeding? I would think having it
checked out, in some manner, or via sending a portion back to the company for
examination, as to nature of the *contamination* would have been called for.
I don't think dating it would make a difference in this case. If it's free of
any contaminants, sitting in the freezer an extra few months wouldn't spoil
This is a scary prospect, because my fish get Sally's frozen food every
At the very least, did you attempt to contact the company to check on their
quality control standards?
<< Several months ago I lost a school of 38 semi-adult Corydoras adolfoi to a
spoiled or contaminated package of "Sally's" frozen brine shrimp cubes.
Within two days of the first feeding, they were all dead. Then I fed some of
the remaining food to the 6 parents, and they died the next day also. Ever
since, I've been looking for a safer way to feed frozen foods.
Has anyone else had a similar experience? Have you found a way to mitigate
this risk? Is there a brand of frozen food with a freshness date or some
other indicator of freshness on it? >>