Fast-Food Gets Pressed on Antibiotics in Meat Supply Chain


An investor group will push 12 of the largest quick-service restaurants in North America to commit to using antibiotics in their supply chains only when necessary. The new group wants companies to show how they are implementing existing antibiotic policies across their supply chains and develop new policies to cover all the animal protein they sell. They also want to see specific targets and confirm that progress is being audited. Read more about it here.


Author: The Wall Street Journal