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Test Your Home Refrigerator
Food Safety Savvy!

Health Fair Materials

The refrigerator is the center for
food safety in many homes. . .

Promote proper refrigerator practices at your next health fair with these materials!

Directions (as easy as 1, 2, 3!)

  1. Use this short quiz -- includes evaluation section -- at health fairs to educate participants and collect names for a drawing for a refrigerator/freezer thermometer.
  • Quiz pdf (revised slightly June 1, 1005)
  1. Distribute our refrigerator poster as a handout.
  1. Download a poster to put by your display.
  • Vertical version
  • Horizontal version

    A plastic small animal keeper, with an opening at the top, makes a simple container for collecting the quizzes. They cost about $15 and are available at pet stores.
fridge safety poster

Vertical version

fridge safety poster

Horizontal version


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University of Nebraska - Lincoln logo Alice Henneman, MS, RD, Extension Educator & Dietitian
University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension in Lancaster County

Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department logo


Joyce Jensen, Registered Environmental Health Specialist
Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department


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E-mail Alice Henneman, MS, RD, Extension Educator (

Address: 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln, NE 68528-1507, Phone: 402-441-7180

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