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October 13, 2021


Most consumers are familiar with Salmonella as a foodborne disease, but Campylobacter is less commonly known. Campylobacteriosis is the most frequent and most misreported zoonotic disease in humans worldwide, with contaminated poultry meat being a major source of this enteric zoonosis. Broiler chickens are common natural hosts for this pathogen—and as infected birds carry a very high Campylobacter load in their gastrointestinal tract, there is a high potential for cross-contamination during slaughtering and processing.

A multi-disciplinary approach involving producers, processors, retailers, and the consumer is necessary in order to put controls along the food supply chain and reduce the number of Campylobacteriosis cases in humans.


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