The presence of antibiotic-resistant superbugs in U.S.-produced meat has soared to alarming levels, Consumer Reports has found. The results of a three-year study, published online by Consumer Reports last week in an article called “Making the World Safe from Superbugs,” indicate that the systematic overuse and abuse of antibiotic drugs in the agricultural industry has allowed bacteria to evolve so that antibiotics are useless against them. These are the potentially lethal “superbugs,” which include methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and bacteria resistant to three or more types of antibiotics. In the section of the report titled “Our Flawed Food Supply,” Consumer ... Read More
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