It is a pretty well known fact that a lot of things with expiration dates on them will last far longer than what the dates indicate. Bottled water is a good example of this, as in theory, there shouldn’t be any expiration associated with them but due to NJ law, the water companies have to put something on the label, and just figure they might as well just make it that way for their global market to avoid extra labeling efforts. Garlic is pretty hardy too. The odorless garlic tablets that I have claim an expiration date of 2004, but I have a feeling there’s probably still nothing wrong with them. What do you think?
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