Deputy Health Minister of Israel Yakov Litzman commented that the outbreak of swine flu should be renamed “Mexican” influenza in deference to Muslim and Jewish sensitivities over pork. 

Jews are sensitive about titles of deseases? Not sure about that one Mr. Krohns. 

Based on that logic we should reconsider such trief terminology as 'pork-barreling', eating shmorg favorites: 'Pigs in a Blanket', speaking pig latin,  and of course the all too popular pushka: The Piggy bank.

For all you bacon loves our there, the Chof-K has  given their hashgacha to a few products that you must try: 



From their site: Yes, there are rabbis out there with enough chutzpah to certify things with bacon in the name as kosher.  Fortunately, there is no such thing as eternal damnation in the Jewish faith. If you keep kosher, the good news is that all of J&D's products are Kof-K certified. Hickory, Peppered, Jalapeno, Maple, Applewood and Mesquite Bacon Salts are Kof-K Parve, while Original, Natural, and Cheddar Bacon Salts along with Regular and Lite Baconnaise are Kof-K Dairy.