& # 39; That's just luck & # 39 ;: mother rages furiously after revealing that she serves her children OUT-OF-DATE milk – but others say it's fine
- Mama posted a picture of Coles whole milk that had expired two days earlier
- Said there is nothing wrong with drinking outdated milk and gave it to her children
- Some were disgusted with the mother's revelation, but others praised her ways
- & # 39; My last two liters of milk had expired a week ago, it was fine until the last drop & # 39;
- & # 39; Food should not be eaten after the expiration date & # 39; – Food Standards Australia
A mother has sparked a furious online debate after revealing that she regularly serves outdated milk to her children.
She posted a photo on Facebook with a 3L bottle of Coles whole milk that had expired two days earlier.
& # 39; I just wanted to share because I know some people are funny about using milk after it expires, & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; Just because it is highlighted does not mean that you have to consume that day. For your information this was not a price reduction, but it was not used quickly enough and not one of my three children or we was sick. & # 39;
A mother has sparked a furious online debate after revealing that she regularly serves outdated milk to her children (stock image)
Post divided viewers, & # 39; mistreated & # 39; and wondered why someone would ignore food safety regulations.
& # 39; This is what causes stomach and projectile vomiting. I would vomit if I had milk like that, & someone said.
& # 39; I don't know how anyone can consume it, & # 39; another said, while a third wrote: & # 39; Ignore this advice especially if you have children. & # 39;
& # 39; Refrigerators in supermarkets have variable temperatures, not like refrigerators for home use. Do not give children milk that has been used in the past, they may become very ill & # 39 ;, another said.
Despite the criticism, many praised the sparing manners of the mother and said an ulcer through the & # 39; sniff test & # 39 ;.
& # 39; My last two liters of milk had expired a week ago. I always sniff it and taste it before I use it. It was fine until the last drop, & someone said.
& # 39; Sometimes we only open a bottle on the day of the bottle. It takes days after that. Just smell it. Foolish to throw good milk away, & another guy claimed.
& # 39; Never understood people throwing things away once it reaches the best-before date, without first smelling / tasting it & # 39 ;, read another message.
& # 39; What a waste! & # 39;
Despite the criticism, many praised the sparing manners of the mother and said an ulcer through the & # 39; sniff test & # 39; (stock image)
Food Standards Australia has guidelines for how long different foods can be stored before they become unsafe to consume.
& # 39; Foods that must be eaten before a certain time for health or safety reasons must be marked with an expiration date & # 39 ;, says the website.
& # 39; Foods should not be eaten after the expiry date and cannot be legally sold after this date because they may present a health or safety risk.
& # 39; The food supplier is responsible for placing a use before or expiration date on food. & # 39;
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