2nd October 2019

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How long can you keep vacuum sealed meat in the freezer?

Meats, like beef, poultry and fish, generally only stay fresh for about six months when stored in the freezer using conventional methods. With the FoodSaver® Food Preservation System, you can extend that shelf life to about two to three years.

Similarly one may ask, how long does meat keep in freezer?

Storage Times for the Refrigerator and Freezer
CategoryFoodFreezer (0 °F or below)
Hamburger & Other Ground MeatsHamburger, ground beef, turkey, veal, pork, lamb, & mixtures of them3 to 4 months
Fresh Beef, Veal, Lamb & PorkSteaks6 to 12 months
Chops4 to 6 months
Roasts4 to 12 months

How long can you keep meat in the freezer after the expiration date?

Beef Expiration Date
(Uncooked)RefrigeratorFreezer
Past Printed DatePast Printed Date
Fresh Beef lasts for1-2 Days6-8 Months
Ground Beef lasts for1-2 Days6-8 Months
Corned Beef lasts for1-2 Weeks6-8 Months
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