A searingly negative article published in this month's Consumer Reports magazine, describing the levels of disease-causing pathogens found in fresh supermarket chicken, has so far not affected poultry sales at stores, or raised food-safety concerns among shoppers, according to retail and industry sources interviewed by SN. Officials from the Food Marketing Institute and the National Broiler Council, both based in Washington, reported that their members' chicken sales had been unaffected by ...

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