SEVENTY-FIVE PERCENT of chicken from smaller retailers is
contaminated with campylobacter, new Food Standards Agency research reveals.
And 15% of birds in the same sample had levels above the 1,000 CFU per g of chicken skin - the measure that the FSA uses to defines as the highest level.
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