We’ve put together food supplements and other products for which the official “best before” deadline is approaching or has already arrived. However, this does not mean that the product is no longer usable.
Here it is possible to get the products more cheaply, with a plan to use them immediately.
It is good to keep some herbal aids ready in your home medicine cabinet, but such products could be purchased under the usual heading, where the products still have enough storage time.
Officially, ‘best before’ means the date of minimum durability of a foodstuff or food supplement. Not the maximum shelf life.
The ‘best before’ label refers primarily to food quality. Thus, after the ‘best before date, the food may lose its aroma and taste, change its texture or consistency, and the vitamin content of the product may decrease. However, the product is still edible for some time and does not pose a risk to the health of the consumer.
Such products may also be sold after the expiry date indicated on the packaging. Above all, after the “best before”, the quality of the product tends to decline rapidly on so-called loose foods such as bread, bread, cheese, biscuits, sweets, spices, and flour.
However, most of the local food supplements are packed in capsules, in a large package, in a separate package, or in mini-packages that are very well separated from the external environment, which is why their properties are completely effective long after the “best before”.
Therefore, we preserve nature and encourage you to use the products described here by using them in the smallest possible time window, thus saving your wallet.