Ann:

The way Kodak used to date their products is as follows: Somewhere printed on the package, not on the lable, there should be a 4 or 5 digit number. The first two digits represent the year and the remaining digits the day of the year. For example, I retained an old empty Kodak HC110 bottle. The number printed on the bottle toward the neck is "9845". This translates to 1998, Feb 14. Sometimes this date can be hard to find given all the other numerical and computerized crap printed everywhere. I hope this helps.

Truly, dr bob.