December 19, 2013
On American dinner tables, chicken is the most popular meat.
But Consumer Reports’ tests of more than 300 raw chicken breasts purchased at stores across the country found potentially harmful bacteria in nearly all the samples.
“We tested the chicken for six bacteria, including salmonella and campylobacter, which are common causes of food poisoning, and E. coli and enterococcus, which are typical measures of fecal contamination,” said Urvashi Rangan of Consumer Reports.
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