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2 Technology against counterfeit Australian meat in export markets 1030
3 UK FSA release campylobacter testing results 1047
4 Toshiba claims pathogen detection in less than 2 hours 974
5 Ireland FSA finds Listeria and Campylobacter in raw milk 976
6 UK FSA publishes campylobacter survey results 979
7 DNA tests show one third of 'Irish pork' is not Irish 1102
8 China: 110 arrested in crackdown of illegal pork sales 1080
9 UK: FSA Campylobacter survey reveals 70% prevalence 983
10 Foodborne illness declines in Australia 1959
11 Sheep's milk protein found in UK goats' cheese 3100
12 New estimates put price of US foodborne disease at $15.6 billion per year 1157
13 UK FSA reveals 59 % of birds tested positive for Campylobacter 1039
14 Five arrested as meat scandal spreads to more international chains 1260
15 McDonald's, KFC apologise in China's latest food safety scare 1075
16 FAO releases foodborne parasite top 10 list 1041
17 'Weak' evidence for red meat link with cancer, scientists claim 1039
18 China cracks down on water-injecting of cattle 965
19 India's milk prices hiked again, though much of it is adulterated 1337
20 Wal-Mart recalls donkey meat in China 946
21 Consumer Reports finds bacteria common on chicken breasts 920
22 US meat industry welcomes salmonella action plan 1028
23 Diet and cancer: Genetic variation may play key role in risks from red and processed meat 914
24 Rampant mislabelling of beef in Korea 916
25 CDC details chicken-linked Salmonella outbreak probe 831
26 US study finds chicken nuggets contain only 50% meat 955
27 Raw milk consumption a 'realistic and unnecessary health threat' 1023
28 UK study finds hepatitis E in sausages 987
29 UK to target poultry production issues, FSA announce 876
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