The rotation of frozen foods is not a hot topic. Retailers may not be surprised to hear this, given the category's longer shelf life. However, supermarkets that don't frequently check expiration dates and remove old and potentially unsafe packages do so at their own peril, retailers and industry experts told SN. "Consumers can not only get sick, but if they happen to get a product that has been mishandled in the food chain, they could relate the experience to frozen foods as a whole, ...

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