Does Worcestershire sauce go bad?

Answer Worcestershire sauce has a long shelf life, even when opened. If the bottle remains sealed, however, the product is expected to last approximately five to 10 years. After this length of time, the c... Read More »

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Does Worcestershire sauce expire?

Worcestershire sauce does expire. If left unopened, it can last for five or 10 years. However, once it has been opened it should be refrigerated and consumed within 24 months. After that point, the... Read More »

Does Worcestershire sauce need to be refrigerated?

According to manufacturer Lea and Perrins, Worcestershire sauce does not need to be refrigerated. It has a shelf life of up to 24 months. However, storing it in the refrigerator will help to preser... Read More »

Who invented Worcestershire sauce?

Worcestershire sauce was invented in 1835 when Lord Marcus Sandys asked chemists John Lea and William Perrins to develop a condiment that resembled a fish sauce he would use when he was the Governo... Read More »

Do you need to refrigerate Worcestershire sauce?

You do not need to refrigerate Worcestershire sauce because of its high vinegar content. It has a shelf life of 24 months. Refrigerating Worcestershire sauce will help it keep its flavor and will e... Read More »