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Risky Foods: To what extent do US consumers eat raw or undercooked animal foods? (DGAC 2010)
Moderate, clear and consistent evidence shows that the consumption of raw or undercooked animal-source food products is relatively common in the US, especially for eggs and egg-containing products and ground beef products.
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