Eat These 10 Popular Chinese New Year Goodies BEFORE Their Expiration Dates

03 February 2018

You’ve feasted your way through the first few days of Chinese New Year, but no matter how much you think you ate, we’re sure you have some leftover goodies and kuehs piling up. 

Don’t hold on to them for too long because they do expire and you don’t want to get sick eating mouldy food! 

So, from bak kwa to love letters and mandarin oranges, here’s when you should throw out these tasty treats. 


Related links:
In Pictures: 18 Traditional And Updated Chinese New Year Snacks And Treats To Stock Up On Now
5 Traditional Chinese New Year Goodies In Singapore And The Meaning Behind Them

By Lynn Wee, Young Parents, February 2017/ First published in Simply Her

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