Here’s a handy list of tips to help keep you safe from salmonella in your chicken.
The fowl business of salmonella
In the U.S., chicken that has passed federal food safety standards can still make you sick. That’s because the government allows companies to sell poultry that is infected with salmonella. So we went on a road trip and discovered a massive gap in our food safety system.
Playing chicken with salmonella: A journey in photos
Follow chickens through their life cycle and see where the dangers of salmonella contamination come into play.
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Farm to fork: Uncovering hazards in our food systems
In this episode of Reveal, we examine the complicated networks of labor, trade and regulation that bring meat, produce and other products to our tables.
10 things to know before you eat your next chicken dinner
If you want to eat chicken in the U.S., salmonella is a risk you have to live with. It’s one that’s getting more prominent, too. Antibiotic-resistant