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Chain Restaurants

Chain Reaction II: How Top Restaurants Rate on Reducing Use of Antibiotics in Their Meat Supply

Melanie Wong | Sep 21, 201601:50 PM    

"...Now, the results of this year’s report (PDF) are in, and there has been some improvement: nine of the 25 fast-food restaurants have made such commitments. Restaurants have made particularly good progress in sourcing the chicken they serve from farmers who do not use antibiotics. By 2017, all chicken sold at Chipotle, McDonald’s, Panera Bread, and Subway will have been raised without antibiotics..."

"If you want to help encourage fast food restaurants to take antibiotics off the menu, sign Consumers Union’s petition, which will be sent to the CEOs of the chains that received a failing grade. "
https://secure.consumersunion.org/sit...

More Fast-Food Restaurants Are Serving 'No Antibiotic' Meat

A new report scores the top 25 fast-food restaurants on their policies on no antibiotic meat. Consumer Reports breaks down the results.

www.consumerreports.org
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