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KFC Will Keep Human Antibiotics in Its Chicken for Another Year
It’s finally pledged to quit sourcing poultry raised with human drugs.
the chain gang
Burger King Says All Its Chicken Will Be Antibiotic-Free by Next Year
It’s finally recognizing the connection to the rise in drug-resistant superbugs.
China’s Seafood Is Seriously Plagued by Superbugs
A quarter of the world’s supplies are potentially carrying an alarming amount of antibiotics.
Another Deadly Superbug Has Shown Up on America’s Pig Farms
Experts say the death rate for bloodstream infections “is up to 50 percent.”
U.N. Calls Antibiotics in Food a Health Crisis on Par With AIDS
It says drug-resistant bacteria is a “fundamental threat” to the world’s health safety.
Superbugs Found in a Scary Percentage of Meat
Tests showed 57 percent of chicken, 83 percent of turkey, and 14 percent of beef.
FDA Determined Livestock Antibiotics Were ‘High Risk’ a Long Time
The good news is that the agency has taken initial steps to reducing antibiotic usage.
Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs Thrive in Supermarket Chicken
says your chicken is sick, and may make you sick, too.