In-N-Out Burger is working with suppliers to accelerate a move away from the use of human antibiotics in the production of beef used in the chain’s burgers, the company said Thursday. The statement from Irvine, Calif.-based In-N-Out Burger came in response to a campaign by a coalition of environmental and public health groups that has been pressuring a number of restaurant chains to stop using meat raised with low-dose antibiotics. Previous targets have included McDonald’s, KFC, ...
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