50% of supermarket chickens infected

British food safety standards have been in the news again recently with several UK supermarket chains suspending contracts with the food manufacturer ‘2 Sisters Food Group’ as the Food Standards Agency (FSA) launches an investigation into the alleged chicken date changing scandal. The inquiry follows growing European concern about the state of food processing practices emanating from incidents like the Dutch egg insecticide contamination fiasco and resent FSA testing which highlighted that the most common food poisoning bug campylobacter is present within 50% of all UK supermarket chicken products. This recent incident seems to challenge the FSA’s July 2017 report titled ‘Regulating Our Futu