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13% of People Have Given Someone Food Poisoning

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Have you ever had people coming over for dinner and you notice that the ranch dressing you just put on the table is expired? According to a new survey from Reuters, 13% of people admit that at some point, their cooking has given someone FOOD POISONING.

And this might be why:  The survey also found that 15% of people have served food that fell on the floor, and 10% cooked and served something that had some ingredients that were past their sell-by date.

5% of people say that they’ve defrosted food using an “alternative” heating device, like an iron, hairdryer, or tanning bed.

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