How To Read Nestle Candy Expiration CodesPosted by in Product Information
Since we sell candy via our snack vending machines and also by the full box or case, we often get questioned on how to read the expiration codes. For example, Nestle’s candy products don’t include a clear expiration date, but rather an expiration code which needs to be deciphered.
Luckily, the expiration date code is very simple to interpret. It contains one number, representing the year, and one letter, representing the month. Any other digits or characters you see on the packaging are other codes that do not refer to the shelf life of the product. The same code appears on both the box and on the individual unit package.
The month codes are read as follows:
- A: January
- B: February
- C: March
- D: April
- E: May
- F: June
- G: July
- H: August
- I: September
- J: October
- K: November
- L: December
Note: Nestle brands that we sell include, but are not limited to: 100 Grand, Baby Ruth, Butterfinger, Chunky, Crunch, KitKat, and Raisinettes.
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