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CONSUMER REPORT STUDY: Two Thirds Of Pork Products In U.S. Supermarkets Contaminated With Fever-Inducing Bacteria

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KHQ.COM - Over two thirds of raw pork products sold in US supermarkets contain a dangerous bacteria that can lead to illness, a study has claimed.

The report found that a large proportion of pork products harbour bacteria - but the prevalence of yersinia enterocolitica is the most striking finding.

The food-borne pathogen was discovered in 69% of all raw meat sampled in the study, carried out by Consumer Reports.