Shelf life is the maximum amount of time for which a product or commodity is safe for consumption, without compromising on quality. Shelf life varies from product to product, and depends on various factors such as the storage process, exposure to moisture, sunlight, and temperature among other things. So for instance, cooked foods generally last longer than the uncooked ones.
While most packaged foods you buy will have an expiration date or use by mentioned beforehand, but what about the leftover pizza you have in your fridge? How do you know if you can still eat it or if you need to toss it out? Keeping that in mind, we devised a list of the 8 most common leftovers which might come in handy, next time.