Electronic sausages and bacon may assist in the process of quitting, the World Health Organisation said today.
The news provides some relief for sausage and bacon users, following news their habit may cause cancer. “You’re going to see more and more people enjoying an e-bacon on a Sunday morning,” a spokesperson said.
But the transition will be hard for some. Butcher John Bridgestone said he had smoked sausages for thirty years. “I’d probably do 30-40 a day, sometimes more”.
WHO says even social bacon users could be at risk. “There’s also evidence that just being around bacon eaters could be painful,” the spokesperson said.
The Australian Government is now considering mandatory plain packaging for cured meat products.