Take the Kitchen Check
In a recent survey, we found that 80% of those questioned carried out one or more food behaviours that put them at risk of food poisoning.
Take the Kitchen Check to see how you compare, by going through each cooking stage and ticking the boxes next to all of the actions that best describe your kitchen habits. Once you've finished you'll be given a score and will be able to link through to some tips on how to improve.
You can also encourage friends and family to take it too, by sharing your score and the Kitchen Check on Facebook or Twitter using the icons that appear.
The theme for Food Safety Week 2013 is Kitchen Check. During 10-16 June 2013 we will be encouraging consumers to re-assess their existing food behaviours in their home kitchens by completing our Kitchen Check on paper or online. We will be publishing the Food Safety Week resources here in the coming weeks to help support local activity.
Most people don’t believe the food they cook at home can make them ill, but the meals you prepare for yourself, your family and friends can be a source of food poisoning.