A certain amount of bacteria is allowed under USDA rules, but companies routinely exceed that—and don’t have to recall their products.
A viral post shows off “medium rare chicken strips,” but is eating raw chicken safe? Experts say the risks outweigh the benefits.
The British Food Standards Agency now says that duck should never be served pink. Steve Wearne, director of policy at the British food agency, said: "We recognize that many people choose not to take that advice, but that does lay them open to risks."
If there’s anything the French love more than taking to the streets in protest, it’s retiring, which citizens aged 62 years and older do with gusto. But their departure from the workforce is leaving the food safety sector particularly vulnerable.
Eight out of ten fresh chickens purchased at UK supermarkets were infected with the food poisoning bug campylobacter. And the British government seems reluctant to do anything about it.