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Action on antibiotics

When the world’s largest fast food chain makes new policy about the food it sources, people listen.“That certainly was the case when McDonald’s announced its US restaurants would stop buying chicken raised with antibiotics important to human medicine,” reports the latest edition of Influence Feed.In a March 3 announcement, McDonald’s said that while it would only source chicken raised without antibiotics important to human medicine, “the farmers who supply chicken for its menu will continue to responsibly use ionophores, a type of antibiotic not used for humans that helps keep chickens healthy.”The McDonald’s story dwarfed other concurrent news in influencer media outlets and on social media, with the vast majority of responses being supportive.

See what influencers are saying about the McDonald’s reactions to this and the other biggest stories in food and agriculture in this edition of Influence Feed.




Posted on March 10, 2015

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