They're calling for the chain to "stop lagging behind" competitors like Shake Shack.
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The pizza chain is ditching antibiotics, synthetic colors, and other artificial ingredients.
Tests showed 57 percent of chicken, 83 percent of turkey, and 14 percent of beef.
Chicken and turkey go drug-free sooner, but for pork and beef it's 2025.
They face an uphill battle.
Prices for conventional red meat are too high to follow the poultry industry's lead.
The chain will see how it goes at a handful of stores.
Industry advocates say their pork is just as good as Chipotle's new purveyor and call the choice hypocritical.
It could increase by two thirds between now and 2030.
A report revealed six drugs not approved for use in lactating cows.
It will stop using chickens raised on human antibiotics in the next two years.
"This practice breeds antibiotic-resistant bacteria that threaten us all," she writes.
The good news is that the agency has taken initial steps to reducing antibiotic usage.
The guidelines are the first step toward reducing excessive growth-enhancing drugs.
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