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Q.1
How often are you likely to get food poisoning in Australia?

Q.2
If an egg has feathers and chicken poo on the shell does it mean it is:

Q.3
If you drop food on the floor it is ok to eat:

Q.4
If you’ve defrosted frozen meat or chicken can it be safely refrozen?

Q.5
If you want to refrigerate or freeze cooked leftovers you should divide them into small portions and:

Q.6
Fridges will always stay at the same temperature:

Q.7
Hamburgers can be served rare:

Q.8
Pork must always be cooked all the way through:

Q.9
You can tell if food is contaminated because it smells or tastes ‘off’?

Q.10
If I get food poisoning it is most likely to be from the last meal I ate:

Q.11
Food poisoning can cause:

Q.12
If you are a vegetarian, your risk of food poisoning is low?

Q.13
How do you know when minced meat or chicken is cooked safely?

Q.14
Which of the following types of food are likely to cause food poisoning if cooked or stored incorrectly?

Food safety myths

Q.15
A 'use by' date on a packaged food means:

Q.16
Unpasteurised (raw) milk is:

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