Chicago - Sales of H1N1 were strong last week with sides of H1N1 reaching two dollars and fifty cents a pound. H1N1 bellies were up ten percent in trading with finished chops and hams up five percent as well.
Feed lots have had trouble keeping up with demand for H1N1 and are purchasing young hogs from as far away as Nebraska and Kansas.
Representative for H1N1 producers Myron Fienstein says. "Sales of The Other White Meat have soared since its' name was formally changed from pork to H1N1 in early 2009."
"We have seen a large increase in consumption by the Jewish community in particular."
"There is no mention in the Torah about consumption of H1N1."
"Imagine going through life having never tasting bacon?"