Shoppers warned of superbug allegedly being found in British supermarket meat

Shoppers warned of superbug allegedly being found in British supermarket meat
 

People are being warned after reports that meat from British pigs has been allegedly found to be infected with a livestock strain of MRSA.
Tests on a sample of 97 UK-produced pork products from supermarkets show that three - two from Asda and one from Sainsbury’s - were contaminated with the superbug strain which can cause serious health problems, it has been claimed.
MRSA CC398 is a potentially deadly bacteria which can be resistant to even the strongest antibiotics.
It’s less harmful to humans than the MRSA bug that kills about 300 people in England and Wales each year.
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3 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 32
Source: Gazette Live
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