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FSA reports further progress in reducing Campylobacter contamination

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THE most recent results from testing in the Food Standards Agency's (FSA's) survey of Campylobacter contamination of fresh, shop-bought chickens continue to show a decrease in the number of birds with the highest level of contamination, the agency reports.

Publishing the results of testing carried out between October and December 2015, the FSA said that the data indicated that 11 per cent of the 966 chickens sampled were contaminated with more …

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