You may have read about the risk of Campylobacter in chicken. It’s a naturally occurring bug that lives in poultry. While it’s harmless to chickens it is the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK – but the good news is it’s easy to avoid.
You can reduce the risks by following a few simple hygiene rules and ensuring the chicken is cooked thoroughly before you eat it.
Our head of Meat quality Jim Viggars has put together a handy checklist to keep you and your family safe – watch the video above to find out more.Read more and see checklist