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Which of the following is not likely to cause foodborne illness?



A. Raw onions left in the “Danger Zone” for 5 hours.
B. Fish delivered at 65º F.
C. Cooked potatoes that took 8 hours to cool to 41º F.
D. Chicken cooked to 155º F.
E. All of the above are likely to cause foodborne illness.

This question is part of Arizona Food Handlers Card Quiz
Asked by Thehopp, Last updated: Jun 10, 2019

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j.Barbara

J.Barbara

Answered on Feb 16, 2018

Foodborne illness can be a serious thing. There are a lot of things that can end up causing a foodborne illness. These might include fish delivered at 65 degrees, cooked potatoes that took 8 hours to cool at 45 degrees, or chicken cooked at 155 degrees.

However, an example of something that is not likely to give you a foodborne illness is raw onions left in the danger zone for 5 hours. The danger zone is a temperature between 40 degrees and 140 degrees. In this temperature range bacteria will grow twice as fast as it would at a lower temperature range like that of refrigeration.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Jan 30, 2017

Raw onions left in the “Danger Zone” for 5 hours.
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