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How Long Can Beef Be Kept Frozen?

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Beef can be kept frozen for an indefinite period of time. Frozen food is always safe to eat. However, for quality reasons the USDA recommends that chops and steaks remain frozen for four to twelve months. The same time length of four to twelve months applies to uncooked roasts. Ground beef that has not been cooked can be kept frozen for three to four months, while cooked beef can be kept frozen for two to three months.
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