“Levels are still unacceptably high overall” – Which? response to FSA’s results on campylobacter contamination in chickens sold by the key supermarkets

Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd said:

“It’s encouraging that retailers have made some progress in reducing campylobacter levels in chicken but levels are still unacceptably high.

The progress Morrisons have made to meet the FSA’s target shows that it can be done and other supermarkets should tighten up their controls to ensure they’re reducing levels of this potentially deadly bug.”

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