Soft Cheese Expiration Date
|Past Printed Date||Past Printed Date|
|Brie Cheese lasts for||1 Week||--|
|Mozzarella Cheese lasts for||1-2 Weeks||6 Months|
|Feta Cheese lasts for||1 Week||--|
In respect to this, can cheese be eaten after the expiration date?
If you think about how cheese is made and aged, you might be more apt to believe it's the kind of food that doesn't always go bad after its expiration date. Even if there is a little mold growing, consuming "expired" cheese is perfectly safe — as long as you cut off the mold.
How long can you keep cheese after the expiration date?
Milk should last 5 to 7 days after the sell by date, while cheeses can range up to two weeks after the sell by date for soft cheeses such as cream cheese or Brie. For harder cheeses such as cheddar or Romano, shelf life is anywhere from three to six months after the sell by date, if stored properly.
How long after the expiration date can you eat mozzarella cheese?
Unopened and refrigerated: Up to three weeks beyond the use-by date, depending on refrigeration temperature, or, according to some experts, up to 70 days after the production date. Unopened and frozen: Between four and six months after the use-by date. Thaw in refrigerator and use within seven to 28 days after opening.