In the Guardian yesterday:
Pork and poultry with “unacceptable” levels of salmonella and E coli are reaching supermarket shelves in the US, according to the preliminary findings of a study that may confirm the fears of campaigners currently fighting to ensure the UK’s agriculture bill will protect domestic food standards and consumers.
While BBC Scotland only have to hear of any kind of health problem at all and think ‘We must get Prof Pennington on‘, mention of E coli must surely have three in a row flashing.
Strictly speaking, it’s all he’s known for:
It’s a great read, with detail such as:
Outbreaks of bloody diarrhea in 1982 in the United States marked the sudden appearance of E. coli O157
Shouldn’t that be Diarrhoea?