Let's fight against food waste: product with a short MDD or outdated MDD.
The MDD is the date of minimum durability. It replaces the DLUO (optimal use-by date).
The date of minimum durability is an indicative date. Once the date has passed, the product loses its taste or nutritional qualities (lower vitamin content, for example), but is not dangerous to health. This is the case, for example, of dry, sterilized or dehydrated products (coffee, milk, fruit juice, biscuits, cans, etc.).