All the details written on the packs about how many days the items can be stored for refer to the package when it is still unopened, just as it was when purchased. Once the packaging has been opened, its contents begin to degrade as the conditions under which they were packed no longer exist.
Once the packaging has been opened, fresh products should be consumed within 2 days when kept in the fridge at 0 – 5°C.
Frozen products which have been defrosted should be consumed within 2 days when kept in the fridge at 0 – 5°C. Alternatively, if the packaging is in the freezer, it can be kept for up to a year from the date of production. So, every time you want to eat a pita bread, you can take it out of the freezer, heat it up and then enjoy eating it without any safety concerns.
For professionals using food service codes, once the packaging is opened products with a shelf life of 4 to 5 days should be consumed within 24 hours if they are not kept in the fridge. It is recommended that they should be kept it in a cool, shady place away from heat and humidity. Alternatively, if kept in a refrigerator, they can be used up to the expiry date, especially in professional kitchens.