If you keep your yogurt in the refrigerator and keep it below 40° F / 5° C the entire time, you can eat it for up to two weeks after the "sell by" date on the package.
Fresh uncooked pasta that has been chilled and stored in an unopened package is still edible 7 to 10 days after the expiration date printed on the packaging.
Raw eggs will maintain their quality for approximately three weeks after the "sell by," "use by," "best by," or "expiration" date marked on the carton.
As long as they are unopened, hot dogs can be stored for up to 10 days after their expiration date. When they are ready for consumption, ensure that they have no strange odor.
Non-refrigerated milk is safe. It's better for the environment and can be stored for 6 months unopened at room temperature.
Unopened cartons and cans of soup will stay at top quality for 3-5 years after their use by date if stored in a dry, cool place out of direct sunlight.
As long as the vegetables have been properly maintained at a constant freezing temperature, they will remain in excellent condition for up to a year after the expiration date.
Whole spices often retain their freshness for four years, ground spices for three to four years, and dried and leafy herbs for one year.
Whole wheat flour will last 1 - 3 months at room temperature, 6-8 months in the fridge, and 1 year in the freezer. White flour lasts a year in the pantry, two in fridge, & two in the freezer.
Keep instant coffee at room temperature for 18 months after opening. Whole coffee beans maintain "highest quality" for 2-4 weeks at room temperature.
When cookies are stored in a hermetically sealed container or package, they are safe to eat even after their expiration date.