Most Lavazza beans have a posted shelf life of between one and two years from the date they were bagged. As these beans are roasted overseas and are often shipped across the ocean by way of container, you'll often find them no younger than 2-3 months, typically 6 months to 1 year old. As these are a bulk-roasted product, they're bagged and stocked in such a way to ensure that they can survive without incident on a shelf of a retailer or store without losing much of their flavor.
If you're seeking a fresher roasted bean, I'd strongly advise looking into micro roasters like Klatch Coffee, Paradise Coffee Roasters, Johnson Brothers, Atomic Caffe, David Schulmer's Espresso, and the countless others that are available for purchase. most of these have shelf lives capped at 6 months, with some significantly sooner than that.