A three-year investigation into America’s food supply by Consumer Reports confirms a frightening suspicion: America’s meat is infested with superbugs.
The team tested hundreds of samples of four kinds of meat for bacterial contamination — beef, chicken, turkey, shrimp — and found superbugs in all of them. Not just in fractional samples, but in staggering proportions:
• Beef: 14 percent of total samples (18 percent of conventional samples, and 9 percent of sustainable samples).
• Chicken: 57 percent of total samples (59 percent of conventional samples, and 49 percent of sustainable samples).
• Shrimp: 14 percent of total samples (17 percent of conventional samples, and 3 percent of sustainable samples).
• Turkey: 83 percent of total samples (83 percent of conventional samples, and 80 percent of sustainable samples).
Equally alarming, even sustainably harvested meat was infested with superbugs.
Though antibiotics have saved millions of lives since penicillin was first prescribed almost 75 years ago, today antibiotics sicken at least 2.25 million Americans each year in addition to killing over 37,000.
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Unless doctors and others change the way antibiotics are used, public health officials worry that even minor infections could become dangerous and that clinicians will lose their ability to treat cancer, transplant organs and save victims of burns and traumas.
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SOURCE: Consumer Reports