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How long is Gatorade good for after has been opened (out of the fridge)?

6 Comments

  1. ick N says:

    i drank one like a week later. it was delicious. and i didnt feel sick at all

  2. Joseph says:

    slurp.

  3. Vivian says:

    its good to go. Stuff like that doesnt go bad really

  4. Danni says:

    How long can I keep a bottle of opened Gatorade to drink later?
    Once opened, Gatorade should be stored in the refrigerator and consumed within 3-5 days after opening.

    What is the shelf life of an unopened Gatorade?
    For optimal flavor, the product should be consumed within 9 months or less.

    Where is the date on the Gatorade bottle? What does it stand for?
    The date on the first line of the neck of the bottle indicates when Gatorade is at its optimal freshness and flavor. Gatorade can be safely consumed past that date if the seal is intact and the product has been stored in a clean, dry, cool environment.

    Why aren’t tamper bands on all Gatorade packages?
    Gatorade plastic caps have bands that separate once the cap has been loosened. Tamper bands are used on caps that don’t have built in tamper evidency including 24-ounce sports cap.

    What is the best temperature for storing Gatorade? How about powder?
    Liquid Gatorade will store best when kept at refrigerator temperature, about 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Powder should be kept in a cool (about 70 degrees Fahrenheit or less), dry place.

    Are the plastic Gatorade bottles recyclable?
    Yes. Additionally, we’re constantly working to reduce the amount of material we use to make a bottle. In fact, a 20-oz. Gatorade Thirst Quencher bottle weighs 10 percent less than it did in 1998.

  5. Brandon says:

    Idk but it never taste the same as when you first open it

  6. rachelle dianne says:

    it is okay to drink it . it will not harm you

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