How Long Does Applesauce Last?

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An unopened jar of applesauce will last about a year in the pantry. Once the jar has been opened, applesauce must be refrigerated. An opened jar of applesauce should be eaten within 7 to 10 days of opening. The shelf life will vary based on brands, packaging procedures, and preservatives. It is best to check the expiration date on the product to be sure of how long it will last.
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Generally factory-canned products can last for as long as 2-3 years, though they usually feature a best before/use by date. If you packaged it yourself, the shelf life will be considerably
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Jun 25, 2008 . Because of this, applesauce will mold long before any bacteria .
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A couple of weeks ago while babysitting my 9 month old grandaughter, yes, reminds me of baby food.I had a taste of it.lol.
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