Shanghai regulators say test samples of chickens sold to supplies of the KFC chain (YUM) in...
Shanghai regulators say test samples of chickens sold to supplies of the KFC chain (YUM) in China indicate they may be contaminated with the potentially-harmful drug amantadine. Chicken farms in the nation reportedly treat their birds with excessive amounts of antibiotics to increase the rate they grow.
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