Good! Now tell KFC to get routine antibiotics out of its supply chain
It makes no sense: Up to 70% of antibiotics sold in the U.S. are sold for use on livestock and poultry, and are often given to healthy animals. This breeds superbugs that can infect people with illnesses that today's medicine can't cure.
It's simple: The routine use of antibiotics should have no place in our food supply. Will you tell KFC to stop serving meat raised on routine antibiotics?