Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Three years?

So I'm reading this story about a drug recall and trying to remember what exactly I bought at the drugstore last weekend and what brands have I got in the cupboard.
And then I get to this sentence, in the sixth paragraph:
. . . the products were manufactured in 2007-08, and usually have a three-year shelf life. So, he said, the six products being recalled would either have been consumed by now or expired.
Well, never mind then.
And apparently it took three years for Health Canada inspectors to conclude there might have been contamination between product lines and possible mislabeling of expiry dates.
Now what does this remind me of?

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