This not unusual to find wandering around the desert. Back in the day it was the only means to pack in milk for whatever reason you needed some milk. I just wished I knew when "back in the day" was. The cans never have a date of any kind stamped in them.. That is because back in the day no one ever cared about expiration dates yet every one survived.
I recently came across an article explaining the difference between best by dates and expiration dates. The article went on to say that these items were still good to use by the listed time periods beyond their stated best by date.
Bread - one week
Milk - a week past, maybe two
Eggs - five weeks
Cheese - six weeks
What is the furthest you have ever eaten something past their best by date?
I don't pay attention. If it looks good and smells okay, its fair game.
Expiration dates are for the weak.
Here is today's Beans picture.