You betcha! but... you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else here to confirm my answer as I am unsure. Better yet, why don't you email the Nutrisystem guys because they can help better...
The shelf life of Nutrisystem foods varies from 6 to 18 months. The products have a code to indicate the production date. In order to know the expiration date on these products, it is then necessary to know how long the shelf life is. You can call Client Services at 1-800-585-5483; option 3, and they will be more than happy to assist you further..
Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns!..
Thank you! I will toss it as I know it is more than 6 - 18 months old...
Date on package is expiration date?.
Then add/good for 6-18 mo more for "shelf Life"- depending on product which we have to call in for on EACH diet?.
Have a friend who was given alot ofNutrisystemmeals- so need to know. She wants to start out and then order for the next month if she likes the food/results. Thanks..
Okay I am now somewhat confused...first, I thought that the food lasted for a long time...I better get to checking dates on what I have!.
What has me confused though is I just looked at a couple of the items I have in my drawer at work and the dates are very different than the codes described. One says Feb 2011 and the other Sep 2010. Are those expiration dates in my case? Is there a length of time after those dates they can be used or should I toss the sep 2010 and anything else like that?.
I have been delaying shipments for several months now but have a couple boxes of food stillhoping to get back on track...now I have to check everything I guess!.
ETA: Is there a place we can go to look up what the shelf life might be for each type of product (ie rehydrated stuff, canned stuff, boxed stuff)? Would help alot more than having to call to check each one!..
Hope someone helps clarifying it for us..
I hope you get back on the program soon...
Hello MiniDonk and murfa, as the shelf-life of each product varies, you will want to contact client services to get the most accurate information...
Unless the package says ''best used by'' the date/code on the package is for when the food was made/packaged..
I think the foods with the shortest life are the moist things like cake, brownies and scones. The sealed foods last a lot longer...