Wednesday, 26 November 2014

when British food safety is under political/business lobbying

One of the measures that would help reduce campylobacter is lowering stocking densities and ending the practice of 'thinning' densely stocked farm sheds. Photograph: Lester Lefkowitz


the news are not flattering at all,

the whole chicken industry in Britain is not properly assessed in terms of biological hazards, huge supermarker chains use dubious methodologies to influence audits, reports etc.

So disgusted with the whole story.

The only thing I can do is this: I won't visit again any Tesco store...EVER.

Yannis Zabetakis
Assistant Professor of Food Chemistry
Univ. of Athens



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