Don’t Wash Your Chicken: What’s the Cluck?

Drexel News Blog

The "Germ Vision" graphic from the "Don't Wash Your Chicken" campaign illustrates how bacteria can splatter when raw poultry is washed. The “Germ Vision” graphic from the “Don’t Wash Your Chicken” campaign illustrates how bacteria can splatter when raw poultry is washed.

The “Don’t Wash Your Chicken” food safety campaign developed by Drexel researchers in collaboration with New Mexico State University has made a big splash in the news over the past week or so – and people keep talking about it.

(If you missed the story, check out our press release here, or see these stories from NPR and Prevention.)

Lots of questions about the advice have come up again and again in discussions both online and offline. And a lot of people insist they’re not going to stop washing chicken.

So let’s continue that conversation:

Have a chicken-washing question or objection you haven’t seen answered?Head over to the BarfBlog, where food safety experts, including blog author and North Carolina State University assistant professor Dr…

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