All types of flour have an expiration date. Regular flour, potato flour, cornmeal and rice flour generally last around six to eight months. Self-rising flour and whole wheat flour last around four to six months, and cornmeal generally lasts between nine to 12 months.
The best way to store flour is by keeping it unopened in its original packaging and placing it in an airtight container. Opened flour can be placed in a plastic bag and stored in an airtight container. While whole grain flour can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer, other types of flour should be kept in the pantry.Learn More
Plain flour is the same as all-purpose flour. It is an combination of hard and soft wheat and generally contains 8 to 11 percent wheat protein or gluten.Full Answer >
Yogurt can be eaten past the expiration date. An unopened container of regular plain yogurt can last two to three weeks past the expiration date. But once opened, the yogurt is only good for one week past the expiration date.Full Answer >
A personal food life span is the time from the food item's creation to its expiration date. Once a food item has reached its expiration or recommended life span, consuming the food is not recommended.Full Answer >
According to EatByDate, most yogurt lasts 2 to 3 weeks after the expiration date. Certain varieties of yogurt may have a shorter or longer shelf life. For example, Greek yogurt and reduced fat yogurt only last 1 to 2 weeks after the printed expiration date.Full Answer >