'Best before' dates appear on a wide range of frozen, dried, tinned and other foods. The 'best before' dates are more about quality than safety. So when the date runs out it doesn't mean that the food will be harmful, but it might begin to lose its flavour and texture. In the UK we end up throwing away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year and most of this could have been eaten. So think carefully before throwing away food that is past its 'best before' date. Food Standards Agency.
We check products past their "Best Before" date before putting them on the site for sale. Crisps, biscuits, rusks, sweets and chocolates will be perfectly edible for months past its "Best Before" date.