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Default Can whey go bad in the car? - 07-17-2012, 08:15 PM

So, I got to my hotel late Sunday night, started class monday, and the building was very close to my hotel, so I just walked, got back late afternoon, got in my car and noticed I left my ON Whey in the back seat. It was about 92 degrees yesterday. Is it still safe to use it? or Is it all wasted?
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Default 07-17-2012, 08:36 PM

Na, It won't go bad that fast. If you keep it in the jug It is away from direct sunlight. Just remember Most of these products are keep in huge warehouses that are not air conditioned.

However, Protein as in all supplements can go stale. and it does have an expiration date on the label.


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