Why Are Dented Canned Goods Bad?


Any dent in a can is dangerous as it can lead to a hole in the can, which subsequently admits air. Air in a can means that bacteria can form on the food inside. Bulging and rusty tins indicate that the food is no longer safe inside the can. The
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Q&A Related to "Why Are Dented Canned Goods Bad?"
IT's ok to eat as long as the dent was not over a seam. Peel the label off to see any seams in the can. Also, the can must not be bulging anywhere else.
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