Lunar Chicken products reach the store in perfect condition. To be sure of optimum quality and freshness when buying chicken, be sure to read the important information printed on the label.
Chicken, like all fresh meats, is perishable and should be handled with care to maintain top quality. Follows these tips to maintain food safety, product quality and shelf life.As soon as you get home, put your chicken straight into the fridge or freezer; never leave it on the countertop at room temperature.Packaged, fresh chicken should be refrigerated in its original wrapping in the coldest part of the refrigerator. Two days storage time is best. Store it on a low shelf of the refrigerator on a plate so that it does not drip onto other items.
Cooked, cut chicken is best when refrigerated two days or less; whole cooked chicken, three days or less.When storing a cooked and stuffed whole chicken, remove the stuffing and store in a separate container before refrigerating.Freeze uncooked chicken if it is not to be used within two days.Before you freeze, wrap separate pieces in foil or separate plastic bags. Remember to press air out of the package first and label the pieces with the date.