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Food Family Accidentally Buys, Eats 21-Year-Old Cereal from Walmart

22:52  12 march  2018
22:52  12 march  2018 Source:   thedailymeal.com

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According to The Denver Channel, Anthea and Josiah Carelse say they bought a box of Quaker 100% Natural Granola cereal from Walmart on Monday, March 5, 2018. They say they’d picked it up off the shelf at the store, so there was no reason to think anything about their purchase was amiss. After taking a few bites, however, Anthea Carelse says she thought something tasted off. Her husband ate a whole bowl, though he agreed the taste was “funny.” After checking the box, however, they say they were shocked to discover the box had a “best by” date of February 21, 1997. That means the box had just celebrated its 21st birthday when the Carelses bought it.

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Josiah Carelse says he’s feeling fine after eating the 21-year-old cereal, but he intends to take the box back to the store for a refund. For more breakfast nutrition, check out the healthiest and unhealthiest breakfast cereals.

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