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Re: Mike Reed's NOBS food



George, if we can equate to pharmaceuticals: if it is stored
in a dry, COOL, place (preferably not beyond the low 70's, 86 degrees F is
the warning temp on meds not requiring refrigeration) then it should retain
90% efficacy
3-5 years past expiration. This is why selling expired meds
to Third World countries is such a thriving black market
business: it is better to have an expired antibiotic than none
at all.
Bill
forest at copper_net

----- Original Message -----
From: "Morris, George" <gmorris at kester_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 4:08 PM
Subject: RE: Mike Reed's NOBS food


> Do you have any idea what the shelf life of this stuff is?  I have a lot
> that I've had in pretty well sealed plastic buckets for five or six years
> now, a bag goes a long way.  I haven't used it very much the last year or
> two thinking that the nutritional value must be going down.
> GM
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