Honey is a food that doesn't spoil, according to Smithsonian.com. Several factors aid in this ability, including its high sugar and low moisture content, which work together to form an environment that is inhospitable to... More »

Honey, white rice, sugar, pure vanilla extract and hard liquor are all types of food that never spoil, as long as they are kept sealed. If these foods are opened or unsealed, they still spoil over time. More »

Several foods don't spoil, including white rice and honey. Although honey may crystallize, it returns to fluidity with heating. Hardtack, a plain water-and-flour cracker widely used during the Civil War, lasts indefinite... More »

Honey, white rice, sugar, pure vanilla extract and hard liquor are all types of food that never spoil, as long as they are kept sealed. If these foods are opened or unsealed, they still spoil over time. More »

Condensed milk does go bad, or spoil. To prevent food borne illness, the best option is to use the milk before the best-by date on the can. More »

Cheesecake must be refrigerated because it contains ingredients that spoil rapidly such as eggs and cream cheese. Cheesecake often contains other dairy products such as sour cream or milk, which also spoil when not prope... More »

Food spoilage is caused by bacteria, yeasts, fungi, the food's own enzymes, insects, temperature fluctuation and oxidation. When eaten, food that is spoiled by bacteria or other microbes presents a disease hazard to huma... More »