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Q: How long can I keep beef frozen in the freezer?

A: Here are some guidelines for how long you can safely store beef products, but always remember - WHEN IN DOUBT - THROW IT OUT! Uncooked hamburger and stew meat can be frozen for 3-4 months. Uncooked, fresh steaks and roasts for 6-12 months. Unopened lunch meats can be frozen and stored for 1-2 months (when stored in freezer wrap). If you have leftover dishes with cooked beef in them, you can freeze them for about 2-3 months.

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The Wisconsin Beef Council is a producer-funded, producer-directed organization dedicated to building demand for beef and veal through promotion, consumer education and research.

The Wisconsin Beef Council works with educators, dietitians, home economists, restaurateurs, meat managers, nurses, physician assistants, and various other thought leaders to strengthen beef's position in the marketplace and to maintain and expand domestic and foreign markets and uses for beef products.

We also serve as a resource for recipes and information to Wisconsin consumers of beef.

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