Keeping Food Fresh

Did you know that Frozen Freezers first became popular in the 1970s? How do you keep your food fresh now? Check out this post from a dear friend in the blogosphere. Merly’s page takes you down interesting memory lane every time… Love it ❤️

Sharing my space in love with friends this September. Happy New month!

Adebisi Adetunji (C)

Childhood Memories of growing up in the 1950s and 1960s.

Nowadays we don’t have any problems keeping food fresh and safe to eat. We have fridges, freezers, vacuum packs as well as the dried and tinned foods which have been around much longer. Also, everything – even tinned food! – has a sell by/ use by date printed on it. The humble sell-by date actually has a surprisingly short history here in the UK. It was introduced in Marks & Spencer’s storerooms in the 1950s before making its way onto the shelves in 1970. It wasn’t even called a “sell-by-date” until 1973. Like a lot of people who date back to pre-sell-by date years, I still rely on the look, feel and smell of food rather than panicking and throwing food away the day after the date has passed. I appreciate that people who eat meat and fish have to be extra careful and to take no risks.


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3 thoughts on “Keeping Food Fresh

  1. Thank you so much for the reblog and the lovely comments. I am an avid follower of your blog and find your posts interesting and inspiring. I need to learn how to reblog – I’ve never done it! It would be nice to spread the word about some of the great blogs I follow.

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