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KEEBLE: We have worked with our
own supply chain partners on the continent to help understand what interventions are used and what best practice
looks like elsewhere, and we're open to
testing or trying new interventions.
What more can be done to reduce
LAVERY: Our next strategy will be
to analyze the organism and how it
interacts with the bird and the abiotic
environment. We will continue our
focus on R&D in key project areas,
and are investing in Ph.D. research
programs for two members of our
expert team, which will look at biosecurity, on-farm management practices and genome sequencing.
We are extremely proud of our
progress to date, and proud to receive the Safefood Best Innovation
to Enhance Food Safety Award at
the recent Northern Ireland Food
and Drink Awards.
How to control Campylobacter in broiler production
KEEBLE: The industry has responded well to the challenge laid out by
the FSA. We are trying some new
interventions that look promising
and, if effective, we'll share what
Tackling Campylobacter and its
effects on consumers is a partnership between producers, retailers and
consumers. Educating consumers,
particularly on kitchen hygiene and
the importance of not washing raw
chicken, is essential. ■
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