Commercially packaged frozen shrimp goes bad if it is improperly handled during shipment or if it is allowed to thaw and is refrozen. It will also spoil if it is allowed to thaw and remain in temperatures above 40 F for ... More »

Frozen meat does not go bad if the freezer is maintained consistently at 0 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. While the frozen food does not expire, the quality of the meat diminishes wi... More »

Apple cider spoils after six to 30 days, depending on the presence of preservatives, such as potassium sorbate, that extend shelf life. Most commercially-produced cider products, except organic recipes, contain preservat... More »

Shrimp has a high cholesterol content, and a large portion of it is imported from Asia, where pesticides and antibiotics that are harmful to humans are part of the farming practices. However, shrimp is also high in prote... More »

Shrimp should not be refrigerated for more than 2 to 3 days. Some companies print a sell-by date on the package, and this should be followed after purchasing shrimp. More » Food Food Facts Meat, Poultry & Seafood

Salami has gone bad and should not be eaten if the edges of the meat turn a brown or gray color, it develops air pockets or has a hardened exterior. White mold on the exterior does not signify spoilage. Unlike other cure... More »

The differences between prawns and shrimp include their types of gills, how they carry their eggs and the types of plating on their tails. Prawns are generally found in shallower waters than shrimp and closer to the ocea... More » Food Food Facts Meat, Poultry & Seafood