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  1. Food processing and nutrition

    Careful cooking and storage will help retain the nutrients in your food.

  2. Food safety after a fire

    After a fire, smoke and other contaminants from burning materials can potentially affect food.

  3. Food safety and eggs

    To enjoy eggs safely – buy clean, keep cool and cook well.

  4. Food safety and storage

    High-risk food should be kept at 5 °C or below, and above 60 °C to avoid the temperature danger zone and food poisoning.

  5. Food safety outdoors

    Food poisoning is a real risk when taking food outside the home, especially in warmer weather.

  6. Food safety when cooking

    Most foods should be cooked to at least 75 °C to minimise the risk of food poisoning.

  7. Food safety when eating out

    If you have any doubt about the safety of food when you’re out, don’t eat it.

  8. Food safety when shopping

    When you shop, choose, pack and transport food carefully.

  9. Food safety while travelling

    Travelling, eating and drinking go together but unfortunately, traveller's diarrhoea and other food-related illnesses can sometimes come along for the ride.

  10. Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)

    FSANZ's role is to protect the health and safety of people in Australia and New Zealand by maintaining a safe food supply.