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Expiring Clearance Section
Did you know we have a full clearance section?
See the entire selection here. We check expiration dates in our warehouse on a monthly basis, and we are constantly updating our clearance section with great deals on expired and near expiring items. You can find cheap bodybuilding supplements for sale including short dated and expired protein, pre-workouts, creatine, post-workouts, muscle builders, fat burners, energy supplements and vitamins all at huge discounts. Currently we ship to the USA, Canada and Australia. We will soon be shipping to the UK, India, Brazil, South Korea, and Japan as well.
Why do items end up in the clearance section?
Well supplements are sometimes a lot like fashion for some items, as things can be trendy. For instance, a pre workout that was hot 6 months ago, may not be as popular now. As a result we end up with excess inventory. This is where you can walk away with a great deal. We sell these items for less, to make room for new items, and in most cases we’d rather sell them to you for a discount than throw them out.
How long past the expiration date are supplements safe and potent?
Vitamins and supplements have an expiration date assigned at the time of manufacturing. This is done by reputable manufacturers (all supplements we carry have an expiration date), as it is not required by the FDA.1 The evidence demonstrating the exact expiration date needed is lacking. What we mean by that is the date is somewhat arbitrary, and is a conservative estimate. In other words, it’s not an exact date based on the potency of a given ingredient being compromised. Rather it’s just that a date is placed on the item, and manufacturers assign a date that is long before the shelf life is compromised. It benefits manufactures to be conservative with this date for a couple of reasons. First it more or less guarantees 100% potency, and it encourages more sales.
The factors that will determine the shelf life of a supplement are, 1) the ingredients/type of supplement 2) where they are stored 3) the initial quality.
1) Items, such as ready to drinks and bars have a much shorter shelf life than vitamins and other dry powders. When stored properly and the initial quality standard are met, one can expect the following:
2) Ensuring supplements are stored in a cool, dry place away from unnecessary light will extend the shelf life. We maintain a temperature controlled warehouse. We keep supplements away from unnecessary light, heat, and moisture.
3) One of the main factors in determining the long term quality and consequent shelf life of a supplement is the initial quality. Supplements are made by reputable manufacturers in a sterile environment. They are tested at the time of manufacturing with a microbial limit, non-essential materials, heavy metals, and pro oxidant residue test.