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A retailer at the markets that refuses a request for closer inspection by a prospective customer should be given a wide berth indeed. Rules of freshness apply to the retailer regardless of sale price. Use a little common sense when buying items on sale. Shopping at closing time is a great way to find bargains and makes your dollar go further. Check ...


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No, there is nothing "wrong" or unwholesome with the meat and/or fish being sold at discounted prices. If the shop sold any produce not fit for human consumption, they would soon be out of business and presumably having to answer to local food health and hygiene authorities, depending on what part of the world you live in. At most the meat is "well hung" as ...


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In the case of quickly perishable items like meat, when it's not an advertised sale, shops will sharply discount prices if they anticipate that they will be otherwise left with product beyond the sell-by date. So the answer to your question is both yes and no. There is nothing wrong with buying something just before the sell-by date, but you do need to use ...



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