Which? response to new FSA campylobacter results

Alex Neill, Which? Managing Director of Home Products and Services, said:

“It is encouraging to see that overall levels of campylobacter in chickens are falling and that major retailers are meeting the FSA’s target.

“However there is no room for complacency as the survey shows that levels can vary greatly depending on where consumers shop and in many cases over half of chickens are still contaminated.”

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