For this reason, the code keys given below may not be correct.Be sure to check a number of containers in a product line to verify that a particular code key will work with the product line you are interested in.The remaining characters following identify plant location and shift information. The remaining three digits are the day of the year the product was packed.Example: A packing code of E731B would translate as follows: E = October7 = 199731 = 31st day of the month B = A plant location The following is their 12 month cycle. Example: A code of 28304 deciphers to be:2 - discard this number8 = 1998304 = the 304th day of the year or October 31st Thus 28304 is October 31st, 1998 HEALTHY CHOICE: First character is a number, second is a letter with the remaining characters being a lot ID.
A = June E = October J = February B = July F = November K = March C = August G = December L = April D = September H = January M = May HANOVER FOODS CORP. The letter is their plant location and the numbers are the dating code in a MM-DD-Y format.These packing codes are usually a series of letters and numbers that indicate dates, times, and sometimes places of manufacture.These dates are not "use by" dates, but the time the container was actually filled.ARMOUR STAR CANNED MEAT PRODUCTSVienna Sausage, Stew, Chili, Deviled Ham, Potted Meat, Slice Dried Beef, Soups, etc.but does NOT include Armour Star Roast Beef or Corned Beef. The first letter is the month of production; A=January, B=February, C=March and so on.