Fresh mushrooms last about one week in the refrigerator. It is best to store the mushrooms in their original container until the package is opened. More »

Most mushroom varieties produce the first fruits within 10 days. Mushrooms continue to reproduce after they are harvested, and growers can harvest up to three times in a three-month period. More »

Fresh whole mushrooms keep for seven to 10 days. When sliced, they last for five to seven days in the refrigerator. Once cooked, mushrooms last for seven to 10 days in the refrigerator. For the best results, store fresh ... More »

Hamburger, like other raw ground meats, can be refrigerated for 1 to 2 days in a refrigerator set to 40 Fahrenheit or below. The cooler temperature helps slow the growth of bacteria, though it doesn't completely stop it. More »

Bread lasts longer outside of the refrigerator. Wrap bread in plastic or foil, store it at room temperature and use it within four days of purchasing. More »

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Fresh carrots last between three and four weeks in the refrigerator. Baby carrots last around three weeks in the refrigerator, and cooked carrots typically last around a week. More »

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After purchase, tomatoes last as long as a week in the refrigerator before they start to spoil. Keeping them in the crisper in the refrigerator maximizes their shelf life. More »

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