Raw chicken or turkey only stays good for a day or two in the fridge (at 40oF or colder), but it can last up to a year in the freezer (at 0oF or colder).
Red meat like pork and beef can be kept in the fridge for up to five days and frozen for four to twelve months. These should never be kept at a temperature above 40oF and should be kept at the bottom of the fridge, where it's coldest.
Ground beef, veal, pork, or chicken can be kept in the fridge for up to two days or frozen for up to four months. Cooked ground meat will last three to four days in the fridge and two to three months in the freezer.
Hot dogs can stay in the fridge for two weeks if they are not opened. Once they are opened, they should be eaten within three to five days, but they may last a couple of days longer. They will last one to two months in the freezer.
Sliced lunch meat from the deli, like turkey, pastrami, and ham, can be kept in the fridge for two weeks if it hasn't been opened. Once it has been opened, it should be eaten within three to five days. You can also keep them for one to two months in the freezer.
Raw sausage should be kept in the fridge for no longer than two days, so if you aren't planning to eat it anytime soon, you can freeze it for up to a month.
Raw bacon can be kept in the fridge for up to a week and can be frozen for up to a month without going bad. Bacon that has been cooked can be kept in the fridge for four to five days and in the freezer for two to three months.
Egg substitutes and egg whites or yolks that have been taken apart should be eaten within two to four days of being put in the fridge. Cooked eggs can be frozen for up to a year in a breakfast burrito or taco, but hard-boiled eggs should not be frozen.