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oh lordy , gave ds2 a packed lunch that contained

(15 Posts)
cheeryface Wed 30-Sep-09 17:37:26

a fromage frais 4 days out of date blush
and hes eaten it shock

will he be ill?

NorbertDentressangle Wed 30-Sep-09 17:42:41

If he had it for lunch and has been OK since I would imagine he'd be fine?

(or are you scared of tutting lunchtime supervisors talking about you behind your bac wink)

seeker Wed 30-Sep-09 17:44:27

Only 4 days? He'll be fine. There's loads of safety margin built into the sell-by dates.

sarah293 Wed 30-Sep-09 17:44:43

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cheeryface Wed 30-Sep-09 18:05:06

thanks i wont worry then lol

MayorNaze Wed 30-Sep-09 18:08:16

oh gosh yes i am also a fan of the sniff & fluff test. he will be fine.

hought you were going to say frootshoot...grin

sarah293 Wed 30-Sep-09 18:13:31

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iwantitnow Wed 30-Sep-09 19:00:36

Once had a talk by a Danone senior manager who said that yoghurt was better for you about a week after the sell by date and definitely fine for two weeks after

cheeryface Thu 01-Oct-09 12:06:56

ah well so im a good mum after all then!!

Rubyrubyruby Thu 01-Oct-09 12:09:14

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TigerFeet Thu 01-Oct-09 12:10:43

If it looks OK and smells OK then it is probably OK

And I used to be a food microbiologist grin

busybutterfly Thu 01-Oct-09 12:58:13

OMG. Did it (yog)hurt him?! [grin)

cheeryface Thu 01-Oct-09 22:25:34

well im guessing he would have been sick by now? he hasnt, hes fine!

Miggsie Fri 02-Oct-09 10:12:24

Sometimes I think the dates put on yoghurt and fromage frais are just to get us to buy more.

I've started sniffing the pots and I've eaten stuff a week out of date...the dates are just silly for some products.

IsittimeforTeayet Fri 02-Oct-09 13:58:46

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