Fresh, chilled or frozen: How long can your food last?

Fruits and vegetables should be stored in the refrigerator as soon as possible. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Malaysia's chicken export ban has cast a spotlight on the shelf life of fresh chicken as consumers stocked up on the meat and some poultry stalls continued to sell it a week after the announcement.

Do you know how long you can keep fresh, chilled and frozen produce and meats? And what is the right way to store them?

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