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Expiration dates on jarred sundried tomatoes in oil?

Wafflecopter | Jul 12, 202105:59 PM     3

I've got a couple of jars of sundried tomatoes in oil, imported from Italy and purchased sometime in the last 12 months. I'm trying to figure out if they're still okay to eat. There's no North American formatted expiration date on them, but they do both have what I think might be expiration dates printed on the lids: LE120 and L:E107 16:17. Is this an Italian format that I'm not familiar with? How do I interpret them?

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