Subway plans to switch to chicken raised without human antibiotics by next year, company officials said this week. The sandwich chain is also working to find antibiotic-free options for all the meats on its menu, although it couldn’t say when that might happen, given the 44,000-unit chain’s size and the limited supply. The move comes as Subway, which celebrated its 50th anniversary on Friday, grapples with ongoing fallout related to charges against longtime spokesman Jared ...

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