UK:Further reduction in campylobacter levels
date:Mar 12, 2018
  The top nine retailers across the UK have now published on their websites, their testing results on campylobacter contamination in UK produced fresh whole chickens (covering October to December 2017).

  The figures show that on average, across the market, 4.5% of chickens tested positive for the highest level of contamination, these are the chickens carrying more than 1,000 colony forming units per gram (cfu/g) of campylobacter. The figure testing positive at the highest level of cont
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