the last date, usually specified on the label or packaging, that a food, as bread, is considered fresh, although it may be sold, ordinarily at reduced prices, or eaten after that date.
- Fresh one
- Fresh out
adverb phrase Without; recently not available; out: We’re fresh out of bananas, Missus (1830s+)
- Fresh out of
Also, clean out of. Recently or completely used up or unavailable. For example, Sorry, I’m fresh out of sugar and can’t lend you any, or We’re clean out of small change. [ ; late 1800s ]
adjective 1. (of fish) newly migrated upstream from the sea, esp to spawn