- Nondurable goods are products that are consumed or are only useable for a short period of time because they wear out or become useless.
- An example of nondurable goods are fresh vegetables.
- An example of nondurable goods are clothes.
These vegetables are nondurable goods.
nondurable goods definition by Webster's New World
goods that remain usable for, or must be replaced within, a relatively short period of time, as food, apparel, or fabrics