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Chick-fil-A will stop using its ‘no antibiotics ever' label on chicken

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Chick-fil-A is changing its antibiotic policy for chicken supply due to limited availability. The company will now allow the use of antibiotics considered important to human medicine, instead of its previous “no antibiotics ever” commitment. Tyson, the largest poultry company in the US, made a similar change last year. Antibiotic use in food production has raised concerns about antibiotic resistance. Chick-fil-A will continue to serve white meat without added hormones, artificial preservatives, or fillers. The transition to sourcing chicken fed with antibiotics is planned for spring.