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UK News Channel 4 documentary claims E. Coli is found in 90% of US turkeys

15:30  12 october  2020
15:30  12 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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American pork is SIX times more likely to contain salmonella than the British variety, claims study E . coli allegedly found in 90 % of turkey products destined for US supermarkets E . coli was also found by experts in 80% of chicken, 70% of beef and 60% of pork Channel 4 presenter Morland Sanders in a publicity photograph for tonight's Dispatches

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American pork is up to six times more likely to contain salmonella than British pork, a study claims.

Around 13 per cent of pork samples tested for salmonella in US retail meat were positive for the bacteria, which can cause diarrhoea and vomiting.

E. coli, another potentially harmful bacterium, was also found in 60 per cent of pork, 70 per cent of beef, 80 per cent of chicken and 90 per cent of turkey products destined for American shops and supermarkets.

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Escherichia coli is a leading cause of infection in hospitals and the community (1, 2). The prevalence of E . coli bloodstream infections has shown a marked increase in Europe and the United States since the early 2000s (3 – 6). This has been associated with the emergence and global dissemination of E

That E . coli can get on your hands (unseen, of course), and then it can get on everything else. We can also get it from raw meats or unpasteurized milk. E . coli can sometimes be found in water. It probably makes sense to all of us why E . coli could infect the digestive tract (since that is where it

a person standing next to a cow: Channel 4 presenter Morland Sanders in a publicity photograph for tonight's Dispatches documentary, Dirty Secrets Of American Food: Coming To A Supermarket Near You? © Provided by Daily Mail Channel 4 presenter Morland Sanders in a publicity photograph for tonight's Dispatches documentary, Dirty Secrets Of American Food: Coming To A Supermarket Near You?

The study is being carried out by Professor Lance Price at his lab at George Washington University.

He is in the middle of a five-year review looking at bacterial contamination in American retail meat.

The preliminary results will be aired in a Channel 4 Dispatches programme tonight.

Professor Price said: 'I find it a little disturbing because E. coli is an indicator of faecal contamination, so most of the meat is contaminated with faeces, and the faeces within it has these dangerous pathogens.

a person standing on hay: The preliminary results of a five-year review looking at bacterial contamination in US retail meat will be aired in the Channel 4 programme tonight, presented by Morland Sanders © Provided by Daily Mail The preliminary results of a five-year review looking at bacterial contamination in US retail meat will be aired in the Channel 4 programme tonight, presented by Morland Sanders

'I would say it's an unacceptable rate given that it is controllable, but the industry has been very successful in fighting any kind of regulations there.

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Escherichia coli (usually referred to as E . coli ) are bacteria found in the digestive system of humans and many other animals. She added: 'All of this research helps us to identify the shared weaknesses in Etec bacteria that we can exploit with vaccines.' Dr Thomas Connor, a co-author of the study, from

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'With salmonella, Campylobacter, you're going to get diarrhoea, you're going to be sick for a few days and you'll get over it, but if you have any kind of compromised immune system, they can cause serious invasive infections; that is, they can get into your blood and kill you.'

The study also explores the potential health impact of six growth hormones used by US beef producers to make cattle grow bigger, faster.

All six have been banned in European Union countries for more than 30 years.

a group of sheep standing on top of a wooden fence: Pigs stand in a pen at a farm in Iowa on May 27. The study claims US pork is up to six times more likely to contain salmonella than British pork © Provided by Daily Mail Pigs stand in a pen at a farm in Iowa on May 27. The study claims US pork is up to six times more likely to contain salmonella than British pork

One in particular, 17-beta estradiol, was deemed by European regulators to carry an increased risk of cancer in certain population sub-groups.

The rulebook for American producers is far less strict than in the UK, Professor Price told the programme.

He also said European regulators are much more rigorous in their testing of how farming practices could impact the health of consumers.

British farmers are concerned quantities of such products could begin appearing on UK supermarket shelves if standards are lowered in order to strike a post-Brexit trade deal with countries like America.

Dispatches - Dirty Secrets Of American Food: Coming To A Supermarket Near You? is on Channel 4 tonight at 8pm

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