USA: Crisp-eating pigs taste better, yoghurt fights salmonella, experts claim
Research at the Ohio and Iowa state universities has shown that pigs whose diet includes potato crisps produce tastier pork and that meat from sows fed yoghurt has a lower risk of carrying salmonella. Ohio State researchers, sponsored by the US Agriculture Department, found that young crisp-fed pigs gained weight faster than pigs fed on corn, because the crisp oil fuelled the pigs with more energy.
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