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Two-thirds of the fresh chicken sold in British stores is contaminated with an E.coli superbug, according to experts. The scale is far higher than previous studies have shown and points to a serious public health threat. Some 78 per cent of fresh chicken sold in high streets in England was found to be positive for an antibiotic-resistant strain of E.coli. The figure was 53 per cent for Scotland and 41 per cent in Wales. E.coli causes stomach upsets and, in some cases, fatalities. It is implicated in more than 5,500 deaths a year in England alone, and is associated with sepsis and urinary tract infections ......






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