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BARBARASDIET SparkPoints: (327,737)
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2/8/13 1:31 P

I have to look at the bottle. I figured since it is cranberry juice, the acidic nature would prevent anything germy. And it is just juice, no preservatives or other nonsense in there. I tend toward the side of caution, so I will probably toss it anyway....thanks for the thoughts.

PAT4PROG Posts: 652
2/8/13 6:04 A

You could call the customer care dept. #(usually located on the product or via web site) and pose the question to them. Otherwise, if it's in question...toss it.

CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (67,832)
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2/7/13 11:45 P

if it were unopened I would say go for it, but since it is open, I would pitch it.



DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,860
2/7/13 8:07 P

I always suggest the safe route---pitch it. It is not worth the risk of food poisoning.

SP Dietitian Becky

MISSRUTH Posts: 4,128
2/7/13 7:44 P

If no one has actually put their mouth on the bottle (thereby introducing bacteria).... Juice can sort of "sour" though. I wouldn't drink month-old orange juice, for the souring reason. But cranberry? Personally if nothing fuzzy and moldy looking is floating around in it, and it smells ok, I'd probably taste a little and see.

GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,436
2/7/13 5:17 P

Just taste a little. If it seems OK then it probably is. I'm sure it's full of preservatives.

BARBARASDIET SparkPoints: (327,737)
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2/7/13 4:44 P

I have a bottle of cranberry juice in the fridge that has been in there open over a month. Is it still ok to drink?

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