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My reply as a consumer is - "why should I have to call the company". Each canned food manufacturer has a unique coding system.Some manufacturers list day, month and year of production, while other companies reference only the year.The dates required on infant formula products are "use by" dates, not "expiration" dates.A consumer using the infant formula product before this date is assured that the product meets nutritional and quality standards. That sounds like manufacturer and vendor influence in a government department. Email, write or telephone influential groups or people.These codes are usually imprinted on the top or bottom of the can.
The quality characteristics of foods (taste, aroma and appearance--as distinct from safety characteristics) often depend in great part on good storage conditions: temperature and humidity control in the retail store and warehouse."Best if Used By" is a type of date you might find on a meat, poultry, or egg product label. Does it mean the product will be unsafe to use after that date?Here is some background information answering these and other questions about product dating. Two types of product dating may be shown on a product label.The purchase of food should not fall under the "buyer beware" category.
From what I understand, this group makes recommendations to the FDA.
Coded dates might appear on shelf-stable products such as cans and boxes of food.