Pork in grocery stores found contaminated with bacteria

Recently a consumer report study showed that pork found in grocer stores in the US was highly contaminated with bacteria causing food poisoning and a lot that were found to be resistant to antibiotics.

The bacteria with which the pork was affected called a Yersinia enterocolitica was found in 69 percent of the samples. This type of bacteria affects more than 100,000 Americans every year. According to researchers it could get serious if unnoticed.

Posted by Sylas Ryder


Pork in grocery stores found contaminated with bacteria

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