Chickens being sourced from farms using Fluoroquinolone antibiotics
It has been reported in a new investigation that “Three UK retailers are buying meat from chickens in Poland that were given a group of antibiotics (fluoroquinolones) used to treat human Salmonella infections.”
“It revealed SuperDrob is sourcing chicken from farms that use fluoroquinolones antibiotics, which are also used to treat human Salmonella infections. The company confirmed to investigators that the drugs were used but denied overuse and said that this is also prohibited for its suppliers.” http://bitly.ws/JCmZ
How sure can we be, that withdrawal periods after administration of antibiotics are being adhered to?
Biorex Food Diagnostics offer Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays for the determination of Fluoroquinolones in seafood/shrimp/meat and honey samples.
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