- Plastic wrapping in one in every 100 raw chickens contains campylobacter
- 485,000 cases of food poisoning last year was due to the bacteria
- Roughly nine million chickens sold in UK supermarkets could be affected
Shoppers should wash their hands after leaving the supermarket thanks to dangerous bacteria lurking on millions of packs of chicken, experts say.
The plastic wrapping around one in every 100 raw chickens sold in British supermarkets are harbouring the bacteria campylobacter.
The bug is the country’s leading cause of food poisoning, and causes 100 deaths a year.