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The supermarket retailer is reducing sell-by dates.

Sainsbury’s customers will get a warning tomorrow. The grocery company said it would eliminate more use-by dates.

Similar efforts were done when Asda said it would remove “best before” dates from 250 product variety.

Beginning September 1, Asda stores in the UK will no longer display best-before dates on citrus fruits, potatoes, cauliflower, and carrots.

By the end of August, Sainsbury’s will have included an additional 276 of its own-brand products in the initiative.

Dairy, fresh produce, and fruit/vegetable juices are examples. They’ll soon lose expiration dates like potatoes.

According to Sainsbury’s, removing the label would result in a reduction in the amount of food that would be wasted.

WRAP predicts eliminating date labels from fresh fruit may save 50,000 tonnes of food waste each year.

Sainsbury’s has also highlighted forthcoming changes to the way that they would sell yoghurt products in its retail stores.

Beyond conducting exhaustive tests, the retailer found that yoghurts may be consumed safely for a significant amount of time after their sell-by dates.

The grocery store chain will move all of its store brand yoghurts from use-by to “best before” dates by the end of the year.

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