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Can You Eat Frozen Chicken After 2 Years?

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Answer: You bet your ass you can.

Apparently food will stay safe forever as long as it stays frozen. Though the taste will definitely change quite a bit.
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gig_the_weasel - A nat 20 is bad?  9/25/2009 11:19:11 AM
Having worked in a meat department, I can assure you that many of the frozen turkeys and pre-packaged meat delicacies found in the freezer case have been there a long time.  There is no expiration date on them, so why would a company cut into their profits by dumping them?  Especially be wary of things that don't seem too popular in an area, i.e., Cornish game hens were ordered about once a year in the store I worked...this means we had some that sat there for about a year, and sometimes longer before they were purchased.

I am not sure how Wal Mart works on this stuff, and they are admittedly busier than my old store, but I am still careful when I buy that stuff!

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