Skip to comments.Antibiotic resistant E.coli found in a quarter of supermarket-bought chicken [UK]
Posted on 09/04/2016 8:43:01 PM PDT by Olog-hai
A quarter of supermarket chicken contains antibiotic-resistant E.coli, according to Cambridge University research.
The bug can cause stomach pain and kidney failure, and in severe cases can lead to death.
The study found that superbug strains of E.coli were present in 22 of 92 chicken pieces. The meat was purchased from seven major British supermarkets and included different cuts from whole chickens to packs of drumsticks, legs, thighs and diced breast. The bug was found in samples from all of the supermarkets.
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I’ll have the fish, please.
Make mine well done, please!
That’s it, no more raw chicken for me!
This shouldn’t be too much of an issue unless you’re consuming your chicken raw or undercooked, which few people do on purpose.
However, if you’re still bothered by this, washing your chicken in ozonated water will kill the E.coli.
This bad boy right here will do the trick:
Who eats raw chicken?
lol! I speak jive.
So? A thing called COOKING YOUR FOOD will kill it nicely.
how about just COOK YOUR CHICKEN folks....
Microbiological investigation of halal butchery products and butchers’ premises
honest, I didn’t read your comment...LOL...
This lady had fish, too. Stick with the lasagna.
Ill have the fish, please.”
Or maybe not. Understand much of our fish now comes from China.
That says that report was done in 1999. I’m sure the muzzies have cleaned up their act since then.
Who knew Leslie Neilson, Peter Graves and George Kennedy could be so funny.
Before this and Naked Gun, they all played Dramatic roles without a comedy among them, I think.
I read and shared an article the gist of which there are 5x more fish than we can reach with current fishing equipment.
The article was legit. Maybe the US could get busy with that and get our own.
Does this mean we can’t eat raw chicken any more?
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