80% Ethyl Alcohol Liquid Sanitizer manufactured in 2020 by Fifth Generations, Inc. in the USA. Each case holds four 1/2 gallon pump bottles that expire 04/2021*. (2 gallons/256 oz total)
For use on hands and surfaces when soap and water are not available.
*Regarding hand sanitizer expirations per Healthline:
"...[t]he Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends using hand sanitizers that contain a minimum of 60 percent alcohol. The higher the percentage of alcohol, the more effective the hand sanitizer is at getting rid of bacteria and viruses...
Hand sanitizer’s active ingredient, alcohol, is a volatile liquid that evaporates quickly when exposed to air. Although common hand sanitizer containers protect the alcohol from the air, they’re not airtight, so evaporation can occur. As the alcohol evaporates over time, the percentage of your hand sanitizer’s active ingredient drops, making it less effective.
The manufacturer estimates how long it’ll take for the percentage of the active ingredient to drop below 90 percent of the percentage stated on the label. That time estimate becomes the expiration date. Hand sanitizer has an expiration date that indicates when the percentage of active ingredients drops below 90 percent of the percentage stated on the label. Typically, the industry standard for when hand sanitizer expires is 2 to 3 years."