The short answer is that foods will keep indefinitely in a frozen state. That's right — as long as your freezer is plugged in and functioning normally, frozen foods will never expire, go bad, or pose any health issues. Freezer burn is the foe of any frozen food.
Hereof, how long can you store frozen vegetables?
For better texture, try eating previously frozen fruit before it's completely thawed. Fruits and veggies freeze best at 0-degrees F or colder. Store frozen fruits for about a year; vegetables, about 18 months. (Storing longer is fine, but the quality may decline.)
Is it safe to eat expired frozen vegetables?
The Cold, Hard Facts About Frozen Food. Items from the freezer section of the supermarket are safe to eat indefinitely. They have expiration dates because they won't taste good forever; flavor and texture break down over time and because the package is exposed to air when you open and shut the freezer door.
How long can you keep frozen pizza in the freezer?
Leftover pizza lasts for 5 days in the refrigerator. Frozen pizza last for about a year, or 6 months past a "best by" date, in the freezer. The shelf life of pizza depends on a variety of factors, such as the sell by date, the preparation method and how the pizza is stored.