The fact that campylobacter bacteria is present on as much as 90% of raw chicken may not be news -- but nonetheless an outbreak of media reports about the bacteria's presence over the last two weeks has called public attention to the situation. Poultry-industry sources told SN that so far they have seen no negative effects on sales as a result of this latest rash of media reports. However, some scientists are publicly expressing concerns about the bacteria's presence on poultry. They are ...

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