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AU: Survey finds more than 40 per cent of South Australian ready-to-eat meals have unsatisfactory bacteria levels

The Advertiser: Out of 98 meals bought at local supermarkets and shops with a shelf life of 10 or more days, 42 had an unsatisfactory micro-organism count. Eastern Health Authority chief executive Michael Livori said more small businesses were trying to capitalise on the growing popularity of ready-to-eat meals without understanding the health risks involved.

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