In my opinion, this is the suggested manufacturer's date of when their product will still be at its peak flavor. My experience is that this date is normally very
conservative. The reason for this is that the manufacturer has no control over its storage conditions once it is out of his hands. Therefore I consider as long as the packing is intack, no damage to the product, it will be satisfactory for a longer period of time than its "Best By date." This is the same logic I use in the supermarket, where "Best By date" is also used on most food products. When it is my home, I control it storage and use. I do have a policy to use the oldest first and try to rotate my coffee/food supply. I hope that this all makes sense to you and helps! Feb 27, 2013
What is in a K-Cup?
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Keurig K-Cups are some of the most popular prepackaged single serving coffees today, and in this video, the mystery behind their structure is examined.
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