NEW YORK — Consumers Union delivered more than 500,000 signatures to a Trader Joe’s unit in Manhattan as part of its recently launched Meat Without Drugs campaign. The event included a press conference in which CU — publisher of the popular Consumers Report magazine — called on the retailer to stop selling meat from animals raised on antibiotics. The petition drive and the public delivery of the signatures marks a departure from the non-profit ...
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