NZFSA Recommends Regular Meat Testing

NEW ZEALAND - A proposal to regularly test meat and poultry for antibiotic-resistant bacteria is being put to the Food Safety Authority.
calendar icon 5 December 2007
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It follows two years of research by a panel of science and health experts to consider how New Zealand's monitoring of the bacteria should be carried out.

Panel chair Donald Campbell says it is recommending a 12-month testing period for a range of bacteria starting next year.

Source: RadioNewZealand
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