NCAGR.gov, FDA.gov and AARP.org have online resources for testing food safety knowledge. The 10 questions on the AARP’s site focus on choosing the safest food based on pasteurization, the difference between raw and cooked food and the final temperature of cooked meat, as explained by AARP.
North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services provides a 10-question test about safely storing food, sanitation procedures, foodborne illnesses and correct temperatures for cooking meat, according to its website.
The Food and Drug Administration’s information provides questions and answers about food safety. Detailed explanations of the answers show the causes and preventative measures of foodborne illnesses and bacteria, as stated by the FDA.