hmm, sometime between August 26th and September 2nd. But I it must have been stored properly as it was still fresh and tasty.The week of the year thing is a little tricky unless you have a payroll calendar nearby, so a quick and easy way to approximate the month is to divide the week by four (it gets less reliable the higher the number because there’s usually a fraction of a week left in the month).As I’m often found eating expired (or at least past prime) candy, it was a wonderful comment on the Skittles Fresh Mint post that breaks the code on the package of Mars products.Reader Dave posted the code in the comments and I’m putting it here for everyone to use.
Here are the letters with their corresponding years.It maintains an authoritative list of ISO Alpha-2 Codes . See the changes in ISO 3166-1 page for the change history.Its list is coordinated with a list of countries used by the United Nations Statistics Division for reporting purposes. I have also written a page about using ISO 3166-1 in software.The following list shows the countries of the world, according to international standard ISO 3166-1.Selected standard codes for the countries are shown.If I understand correctly, the organization that defines ISO Alpha-3 and Numeric Codes is actually the U. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) administers top-level domain names (.com, .edu, .org, and so on).