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How long does pickled herring keep once opened?

Asked: Andre Jones, Last Updated:

Within 10 days Once opened, we recommend consuming the herring within 10 days. Although the pickled herring can last longer than 10 days, we have taken into consideration that consumers often do not have ideal conditions when handling the product after opening.

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