Quick-serve restaurant Chick-fil-A announced on Tuesday that it is phasing out serving chicken that had been administered antibiotics. Within five years, the restaurant chain plans to entirely source antibiotic-free chicken. “Since our family business began 67 years ago, we have focused on our customers. It’s why we insist upon using the highest quality ingredients,” said president and CEO Dan Cathy in a press release. “We want to continue that heritage, and offering ...
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