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A change in “no antibiotic” chicken policy

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Ten years ago, the fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A implemented a “No Antibiotics Ever” policy, which meant that no animals of any kind were used to raise the animals.  The company recently announced that it was shifting its policy to “No Antibiotics Important to Human Medicine,” or the use of antibiotics that are commonly used to treat people.

Tom Super with the National Chicken Council talks about the difference.

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A change in “no antibiotic” chicken policy