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 »

Meats can be frozen for up to one year, depending on the type and cut. For example, steaks can be frozen for six to 12 months, while chops can be frozen for four to six months. More »

Raw meat should not sit out and should go in the refrigerator or freezer as soon as possible. Cooked meat can be left out until it is cool enough to go in the refrigerator or freezer. More »

Raw meat should not sit out and should go in the refrigerator or freezer as soon as possible. Cooked meat can be left out until it is cool enough to go in the refrigerator or freezer. More »

According to the USDA, discard raw meat if it spends more than two hours above 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Even short exposures to room temperature can cause bacterial growth, so refrigerate meat promptly. More »

Bologna can be frozen for up to two months in a freezer that maintains a constant temperature of 0 degrees Fahrenheit. After two months, the quality starts to diminish. Bologna in unopened vacuum packaging can be frozen ... More »

A fresh whole turkey has an estimated freezer shelf life of 12 months. However, there are factors that impact the shelf life of all frozen food, such as the temperature at which it is stored and the packaging materials u... More »