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Should Trader Joe’s stop selling meat raised on antibiotics?

80 percent of all antibiotics sold in the United States are used not on humans but on animals -- most of which aren't even sick. Healthy cows, pigs, and chickens are routinely fed antibiotics to make them grow faster and prevent disease on crowded and unsanitary industrial farms.

Grocery stores must take a stand for public health and say no to meat from these animals.

Ask Trader Joe's to be an industry leader and stop selling meat raised on antibiotics!

Meat Without Drugs
  1. A look at the labelsA look at the labelsWhat consumers should look for, and what to avoid.
  2. Read the full Meat on Drugs reportExperts agreeThe overuse of antibiotics in food animals threatens public health
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