Details has emerged in the final report of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) into the threat posed to shoppers by supermarket chickens contaminated with campylobacter in UK.
The investigation found that 73.3per cent of all the fresh roasting chickens sold by the leading supermarkets carried some level of contamination with what is Britain’s biggest cause of food poisoning.
one of those affected in recent time
,is Asda, where almost one in three of its fresh roasting birds were contaminated at the highest risky level.according to mailonline report,Eight in ten chickens sold by Britain’s second biggest supermarket were contaminated with a potentially deadly food poisoning bug, this was credited to survey by watchdogs.
The FSA decided to carry out the survey in an effort to shame stores and processors into tackling a problem which is responsible for a huge toll of sickness and misery.(mailonline)