Quest Nutrition Quest Protein Bar S’mores 12 bars

May 5, 2021 - Comment

About this item Craveable S’mores flavored protein bar Custom-made marshmallow-flavored bits, chocolate chunks and graham crumbles throughout the bar Made with complete, dairy-based protein isolates 21g protein, 4g net carbs, 1g sugar, 14g fiber per bar No added sugar and keto-friendly protein bar Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Box contains 12 S’mores flavored

About this item Craveable S’mores flavored protein bar Custom-made marshmallow-flavored bits, chocolate chunks and graham crumbles throughout the bar Made with complete, dairy-based protein isolates 21g protein, 4g net carbs, 1g sugar, 14g fiber per bar No added sugar and keto-friendly protein bar Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Box contains 12 S’mores flavored Quest Bars Best By Date is 4/2021 see what the experts say from the FDA website below: What Date-Labeling Phrases are Used? There are no uniform or universally accepted descriptions used on food labels for open dating in the United States. As a result, there are a wide variety of phrases used on labels to describe quality dates. Examples of commonly used phrases: A “Best if Used By/Before” date indicates when a product will be of best flavor or quality. It is not a purchase or safety date.A “Sell-By” date tells the store how long to display the product for sale for inventory management. It is not a safety date. A “Use-By” date is the last date recommended for the use of the product while at peak quality. It is not a safety date except for when used on infant formula as described below.A “Freeze-By” date indicates when a product should be frozen to maintain peak quality. It is not a purchase or safety date. What Date-Labeling Phrase does FSIS Recommend? USDA estimates that 30 percent of the food supply is lost or wasted at the retail and consumer levels3. One source of food waste arises from consumers or retailers throwing away wholesome food because of confusion about the meaning of dates displayed on the label. To reduce consumer confusion and wasted food, FSIS recommends that food manufacturers and retailers that apply product dating use a “Best if Used By” date. Research shows that this phrase conveys to consumers that the product will be of best quality if used by the calendar date shown. Foods not exhibiting signs of spoilage should be wholesome and may be sold, purchased, donated and consumed beyond the labeled “Best if Used By” date. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE

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