Pork in Asda and Sainsbury’s ‘is infected with deadly superbug MRSA’



Pork sold in Asda and Sainsbury’s has been shown to be infected with a strain of the antibiotic-resistant ‘superbug’ MRSA.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism tested 97 British pork products – and found they carried the potentially deadly bacteria.
MRSA CC398 is less deadly than the strain found in hospitals – but can cause persistent infections and has already implicated in six deaths in Denmark.
People could catch the bug from infected meat if it is not properly cooked, the Guardian said.
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3 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 45
Source: Metro
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