Meat products and poultry are both targets in campylobacter clampdown

July 2004
Food Manufacture;Jul2004, Vol. 79 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the call for wider surveillance of meat products and poultry flocks to prevent the spread of the Campylobacter bacteria in Great Britain. Aim of reducing food poisoning in domestic and catering environments; Link of Campylobacter outbreaks to contaminated water, salads and meat; Consideration of the bacteria as the biggest cause of foodborne illness in the country.


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