Shelf Life Tips for Foods, Feeds and Ingredients

Shelf-life refers to the amount of time a product can be stored and, when taken off the shelf, can still perform its intended function. When a product is degraded to the point where it can no longer perform or its quality is deemed unacceptable to the consumer or use of the product is unsafe, this is called the End of Shelf-Life (EOSL). The main goal of shelf-life studies is to discover the limiting factor in product quality or safety. Read more

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