How Long before Chicken Goes Bad?


How long before chicken goes bad depends on where it is being stored, how it is being stored, the type of joint and whether it is cooked or raw. A raw chicken can be stored safely in the freezer for nine months to a year while cooked chicken can be safely frozen for 2 to 6 months. Raw chicken is good in the fridge for one to two days while cooked chicken can be stored safely in the fridge for three to four days.
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