MRSA superbug found in British pork sold in Asda and Sainsburys



British pork contaminated with a strain of the deadly superbug MRSA has been sold in Asda and Sainsbury's supermarkets, it has been revealed today.
Tests on a sample of 97 British-farmed pork products from UK supermarkets showed that three products – sold in Asda and Sainsbury's – were infected with the superbug, reported The Guardian.
Two samples of minced pork from Asda and one from Sainsbury's were found to contain the MRSA CC398 strain.
It is a strain of livestock-associated MRSA, which is different and less harmful than the MRSA bug which kills hundreds of people in UK hospitals every... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 41
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