LOS ANGELES The Jack in the Box and In-N-Out Burger chains and school districts in 11 states reportedly have banned meat from a California processor following the Humane Society's release of a video showing plant workers kicking, shocking and dragging sick or injured cows. The Associated Press quoted a Jack in the Box spokeswoman as saying that meat suppliers to the San Diego-based chain were ordered not to use products from Hallmark Meat Packing Co. Irvine, Calif.-based In-N-Out ...

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