KFC: Get routine antibiotics out of your supply chain
Up to 70% of antibiotics sold in the U.S. are for livestock and poultry, and sales are increasing. These antibiotics are often given to animals that aren't sick, breeding superbugs that can infect people with illnesses that today's medicine can't cure.
If we want to get the use of routine antibiotics out of our food supply, then we need to do more: We need to change the marketplace.
Will you tell KFC to stop serving meat raised on routine antibiotics?