UK regulator sets target for Campylobacter crackdown

by 5m Editor
15 August 2005, at 12:00am

UK - With up to 76 per cent of UK chickens testing positive for Campylobacter, processors and their suppliers will soon be facing a food safety crackdown from the country's regulator. The process will mean greater costs for UK food processors as they implement new measures and increased screening and cleaning techniques to reach the target. The problem is prevalent throughout the EU. Source: FoodProductionDaily

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