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8 Foods that (Nearly) Last Forever

After 106 years, Captain Scott’s fruitcake was found by the Antarctic Heritage Trust and “smelled edible." Century-old fruit cake, anyone? Antarctic Heritage Trust Duane Mellor, Coventry University; Daniel Amund, Coventry University, and Isabella Nyambayo, Coventry University The news that, after 106 years, Captain Scott’s fruitcake was found by the Antarctic Heritage Trust and “smelled edible”, raises the question: are there other foods that have similar staying power? The answer is, yes, several.
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