Congratulations to Ms Sharon Mead, winner of Chicken's Got Talent! She is the country’s biggest chicken fan and wins a five-day course at Leiths School of Food and Wine. See her winning entry below as well as names of the runners up and daily prize draw winners. Thanks to everyone who took part.

Chicken's Got Talent winning entry

Winners and runners up

Chicken's Got Talent competition

Winner: Ms Sharon Mead
Runners up: Mr Lee Gould, Ms Diane Goulding, Ms Marnie Llewelyn

Chicken Challenge daily prize draw

Winners: Ms Laura Raggatt, Ms Shelley White, Ms Jane Willis, Mrs Lindsay Seels, Ms Tracey Gwynne, Mr Jason Watson, Ms Claire Wilkinson

About Chicken's Got Talent competition

During Food Safety Week (18-24 May 2015), the FSA, Leiths School of Food and Wine, and Chicken Tonight teamed up to find the country's biggest chicken fan.

We asked you enter Chicken's Got Talent by:

  1. Creating an image, video, song, joke or anything that shows the world why you love chicken.
  2. Posting your entry on Facebook or Instagram or tweeting it using #ChickensGotTalent by 5pm on Monday 1 June 2015.
  3. Nominating a friend to get involved by @mentioning them when you posted or tweeted your entry.

Leiths says: 'First-class cooking isn’t just about taste and creativity, it’s about good hygiene too. That’s why Leiths School of Food and Wine is proud to support The Chicken Challenge 2015 which aims to raise awareness of how to prepare and enjoy chicken safely and reduce the risk of food poisoning.'

Chicken Tonight says: 'Helping consumers to live healthily and enjoy tasty meals that can be prepared quickly is a top priority for Symington's, and that includes raising awareness of how to prepare delicious chicken dinners at home safely. That’s why we’re supporting the Food Standards Agency in their campaign to reduce the impact of campylobacter on our families and loved ones.'

About Chicken Challenge daily prize draw

We asked you enter the draw by:

  1. following the FSA on Twitter '@foodgov' ( or @FSAWales (
  2. tweeting @foodgov or @FSAWales or @FSACymru and @mention a friend during the competition period; and
  3. including the hashtag #ChickenChallenge in your tweet

Read the free prize draw terms and conditions

Food safety week provides an important focal point to highlight the importance of following food hygiene advice. At the Co-op we were the first UK retailer to move all our whole chickens into roast-in-bag packaging so not only are our chickens easier to prepare but they also taste better too – check out our recipes here to find out for yourself – it’s the perfect time of year to be cooking up our chicken with spring veg.

Tesco is a proud supporter of the Food Standard’s Agency's Chicken Challenge. Providing safe, high quality food and helpful information to our customers is always our absolute priority. Whilst there is no simple solution to prevent the presence of campylobacter in raw poultry, we are committed to continue our work in close collaboration with our suppliers, scientists and relevant industry experts to reduce levels at all stages of the supply chain and to remain at the forefront of any new innovations.