Translation of sell-by date in Spanish:

sell-by date

fecha límite de venta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɛlbʌɪ deɪt//ˈsɛl ˌbaɪ ˌdeɪt/



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    fecha límite de venta feminine
    this food is past its sell-by date esta comida ya se pasó de la fecha límite
    • The supermarket chain tagged packs of Gillette Mach3 razor blades so that staff were automatically alerted to stock levels, sell-by dates and whether a product had been paid for when it left the shop.
    • Keep food cupboards clean, tidy and dry and throw out products that have gone past their sell-by date.
    • Fresh produce that is about to go past its sell-by date can be frozen for future use.
    • Officers acted after the stores allegedly ignored previous warnings and more food past its sell-by date was allegedly found on shelves.
    • There was, for example, the day I guzzled all the children's chocolate, then told them I'd thrown it out because it was past its sell-by date.
    • Now, I'm getting really sloshed and need a bag of crisps, so why not try Golden Blunder, the crisps that are past their sell-by date?
    • Damn, the wine is Chardonnay and the crisps are past their sell-by date.
    • Its lawyer, William Hudson, admitted the company had three pages of previous convictions, but only one for selling past a sell-by date in North Yorkshire, for which it had been cautioned.
    • The Fareshare scheme in Southampton receives 26,000 trays of food past the sell-by date but within the use-by date donated by supermarkets each year.
    • And then I decided I should trawl through the rest of the food in my cupboard to see if there was anything else hiding in there that was well past its sell-by date.
    • When Sainsbury's turned up, the centre was asked for £1.20… for four bags of potatoes that were past their sell-by date.