FoodQualityNews quiz July 2015

QUIZ: What do you remember from this month's food safety news?

Get your knife and fork ready. It is time to tuck into our July news quiz

How much attention have you been paying to our articles and food safety and quality control news this month? We are about to find out with our quiz!

Do you remember all the stats from the RASFF annual report, which country reported on an Salmonella outbreak from spices and why Barber Foods and Aspen Foods are in the news? No cheating please either...

Also several questions feature from our coverage of the 38th Codex Alimentarius Commission meeting which we attended in Geneva, so I hope you were paying close attention.

So, grab a coffee (/beverage of your choice) make a gap for a few minutes and see if you really are up to speed with the latest news and views on food safety and quality control or if you need to pay more attention to our newsletters, and social media channels such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Don't panic if you don't do that well this month...there is always time to swat up for the edition next month. Share with your colleagues and see who walks the walk and who just talks the talk!

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