CHINA: E-coli contamination in further US chicken imports
The second batch of US frozen chicken imports has tested positive for potentially lethal E-coli bacteria in less than a month, according to Chinese quarantine officials in southern Guangdong province. According to local newspaper China Daily , authorities discovered that 24 tonnes of frozen chicken imported were contaminated, and that the chicken was due to be destroyed after the US exporter had been notified. The exporter was not named.
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