Why do water bottles have a "best if used by" date?

Answer Bacteria starts to grow. Since bacteria grows in moist areas It also starts to taste plasticy

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Why are stainless steel water bottles the best?

Different types of reusable water bottles are available for purchase, however some materials such as plastic and aluminum have issues. People are Increasingly choosing stainless steel water bottles... Read More »

Differences Between Reusable Water Bottles and Plastic Bottles?

Designers and manufacturers make water bottles in a variety of different styles and shapes. If a bottle is a single use only, attention is paid to certain aspects, such as safety-sealed lids. If a ... Read More »

Can bottled water be used after the expiration date?

Unopened bottled water is safe to drink after the expiration date. Many water bottlers suggest a two-year shelf life for their products. Bottles that are open should be refrigerated and consumed wi... Read More »

Do I have to remove the cap from my recyclable water bottles?

It is best to remove the cap from a plastic water bottle before recycling. The caps are often made from non-recyclable materials, and may contaminate an otherwise good batch of recyclable plastic. ... Read More »