Chick-fil-A Inc. will phase out chicken raised with antibiotics from its supply chain within the next five years in response to customer demand, the company said Tuesday. The Atlanta-based operator said it would be the first national quick-service chain to make the switch. In a press release, the company said its consumer research indicated an interest in how food was made and where it was sourced, “with a particular interest in the use of antibiotics.” RELATED • ...
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