Raisins are one of the most common snacks in the family, but almost no one pays attention to their shelf life. Generally, they are eaten directly as long as they are not damaged, and they are not even washed. So how long is the shelf life of raisins?
1. Individually packaged raisins can generally be stored for 12-18 months, but because they are produced by different manufacturers, the established shelf life will be different. Once the package is opened, it needs to be eaten as soon as possible.
2. Bulk raisins can generally be stored for about 6 months, because bulk raisins will directly come into contact with air, moisture, etc., and over time, they will be easily dampened and breed bacteria, and cause deterioration.
3. Bulk raisins are best stored in a fresh-keeping bag with a sealing strip or in a sealed jar, which can prolong their storage time.