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Over 30 Groups Push In-N-Out Burger to Act on Antibiotics Pledge

Melanie Wong | May 31, 201712:35 AM    

In-N-Out received widespread coverage and praise in February 2016 for committing to eliminate routine antibiotic use from its beef supply. More than a year later, the company has yet to provide public information on its progress, despite repeated requests from thousands of coalition supporters.

"In-N-Out made a promise to the public, and the company should follow through. It's that simple," said Jason Pfeifle, Public Health Advocate with CALPIRG Education Fund. "Fifteen months is more than enough time to set a clear timeline for switching to beef raised with routine antibiotics."

Consumer Coalition Calls on In-N-Out Burger to Fulfill Promise to Reduce Antibiotics Use in Beef | CALPIRG

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