This is how long you should keep your meaty products in the fridge
Even frozen meat has a shelf life.
This is how long you should keep these meaty products frozen.
They can last a day or two in the fridge at a temperature of 40 degrees but can go for up to a year in the freezer at a temperature of 0 degrees. This is raw poultry.
Cooked poultry can last a few days longer than two days in the fridge but shouldn’t be frozen for more than two to six months.
Red meat and pork
In the fridge – they can last for up to five days
In the freezer – they can last for four to 12 months.
Cooked meat – three to four days in the fridge and two to six months in the freezer.
Refrigerator – one to two days
Freezer – three to four months.
Refrigerator – two weeks when unopened though should be eaten within three to five days of being opened.
Freezer – One to two months
Bacon and sausage
Bacon and sausages can be frozen for a month.
Bacon can last for up to a week in the fridge while sausages should be eaten within two days.
Source: Reader's Digest
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