December 2015 Trivia Answer & Winners

Norm Sieling ('58), John Foley ('71, '73, '78), Mary Varney ('97)Jodi Nelson ('91) and Susan Steingraber ('73 & '79) were the first five people to correctly answer the question!

Congratulations to Susan Steingraber, whose name was randomly selected from the pool of correct answers to win this month's trivia prize!

December trivia question:
Are you washing your fruits and vegetable enough? How much should we wash fruits and vegetables? Ted Labuza, a professor of food science at the University of Minnesota shares, "If you really want to reduce your chances, washing it good enough is going to maybe reduce the risk." Labuza says people should scrub, rather than rinse, their fruits and vegetables for the length of what nursery rhyme?

a) Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
b) Mary Had a Little Lamb
c) Happy Birthday
d) Three Blind Mice

Answer:
b) Mary Had a Little Lamb

How much should we wash fruits and vegetables? "People get ill," says Ted Labuza, a professor of food science at the University of Minnesota. "If you really want to reduce your chances, washing it good enough is going to maybe reduce the risk." Labuza says people should scrub, rather than rinse, their fruits and vegetables for 30 seconds."It should really be to one rhyme of Mary Had a Little Lamb," he says. Read the full article here.