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How Long Does Opened Cranberry Juice Last In The Fridge?
It’s no surprise that a cranberry juice container has a lot of moisture, which creates an ideal environment for the growth of bacteria. As such, it’s relatively quick to expire.
Cranberry juice can last anywhere from eight to twelve days if kept in the refrigerator and stored in an airtight container, such as the bottle or carton it was sold in.
The majority of signals that your juice has expired will be detected through your senses of sight and smell. Examine the liquid for a change in color to one that is dark or cloudy.
In addition, sniff the leftover juice to see if you can detect any funky or fermented aromas. The presence of any of these traits indicates that it’s time to toss the juice.