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Is it Still Edible?
A Food Storage Chart

Page Three


Food Refrigerator
37 F or below
Pantry Freezer
0 F or below
Flour
    Bran 1 month 2-3 months
    Oat 1 month 2-3 months
    Rye 1 month 2-3 months
    Soy 1 month 2-3 months
    White 6-12 months 12 months
    Whole-wheat 6-8 months 1 month 12 months
Fruit (fresh)
    Apples 3-4 weeks
    Apricots 2-3 days
    Asian pears 2-4 weeks
    Berries 1-2 days 12 months
    Blueberries 1-2 weeks 12 months
    Cherimoya 1-2 days
    Cherries 1-2 days 12 months
    Citrus 2-3 weeks
    Figs 1-2 days
    Grapes 3-5 days
    Mangoes 3-5 days 12 months
    Melons 1 week
    Peaches 3-5 days 12 months
    Pears 3-5 days
    Persimmons 1-2 days
    Pineapples 3-5 days 12 months
    Plums 3-5 days
    Prickly pears 1-2 days
    Rhubarb 3-5 days 12 months
    Strawberries 3-5 days 12 months
Ham 1 week 2 months
    Canned (unopened) 6 months
Honey 12 months
Frozen entree 3 months
Ice cream 2 months
Jellies
    (unopened) 12 months
    (opened) 6 months
Juices
    Canned
        (unopened) 9 months
        (opened) 7 days
    Frozen concentrate 7-10 days 12 months
    Juice boxes
        (unopened) 4-6 months
        (opened) 7-10 days
Leftovers
    Cooked veggies 3-4 days
    Cooked meats 3-4 days
    Cooked poultry 1-2 days
    Cooked seafood 2 days
    Meat casseroles 3-4 days
    Soups, stews 3-4 days
    Stuffing, broth 1-2 days

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