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shelf life

the specified expiry date of a perishable product, usually denoted by a ‘sell by date’ or ‘best before’ date instruction.
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Rapaks active packaging system achieved a 26 week shelf-life on white wine and a 32 week shelf-life on red wine, after the bag-in-box was opened.
If your item's shelf-life code is alpha (A-Z, except X), then it's Type I nonextendible.
This shelf-life extension allows the company to make this technology available to more patients, said Steven Anderson, CryoLife's president and CEO, and added that the extended five-year shelf life will simplify the purchasing decisions and tissue inventory management for hospitals.
This offers plant managers a continuous status of the projected shelf-life performance as well as the capability of proactively handling key bottle parameters to maximise the shelf-life of containers in production.
Retail trials using Sirane's Sira-Flex[TM] Resolve[R] have reported four additional days shelf-life with potatoes and equally significant results with other fruit and vegetables.
SHELF-LIFE CODES FOR BOTH ITEM TYPES ARE FOUND IN THE SHELF-LIFE EXTENSION SYSTEM (SLES).
The Model 10 graphically displays projected shelf-life based on user-specified CO2 loss limit.
All shelf-life material is either Type I or Type II.
This study covers the state of the European Animal Feed Shelf-Life stabilisers Market, examining drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, distribution, technology, legislation, demand and geographical trends.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, North American Shelf-life Extension Food Additives Market, finds that the market earned revenues of $106.
This transition also occurs when a shelf-life item is installed, placed in a bin or held as bench stock.
AGR TopWave says that by adjusting machine parameters that affect material distribution, processors can produce containers with optimal shelf-life and performance.