EW: These 16 Restaurants Have the MOST Antibiotics in Their Meat — Avoid Them

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By now you probably know quite well how much of the mass-produced meat in this country is laced with antibiotics, but we’re here with a list of the worst restaurant chain offenders.

A collaborative new report recently ranked the 25 largest US fast food and causal restaurant chains based on their policies and practices when it comes to antibiotics in their food. For the second year in a row, Panera Bread and Chipotle Mexican Grill were the only two chains to score an A grade.

The following restaurant chains received F grades in antibiotic practices:

1. KFC
2. Dunkin’ Donuts
3. Sonic
4. Olive Garden
5. Denny’s
6. Starbucks
7. Jack In The Box
8. Burger King
9. Applebees
10. Domino’s Pizza
11. Chilli’s
12. Little Caesars
13. Buffalo Wild Wings
14. Dairy Queen
15. Arby’s
16. IHOP

The CDC estimates that at least two million Americans contract antibiotic-resistant infections every year. The American Academy of Pediatrics explained that the overuse of antibiotics in animals can make bacteria such as salmonella, E. coli and Campylobacter stronger and resistant to drugs that were previously able to ward them off.

This video talks about most of the restaurants that received an F in antibiotic practices:

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  • Wally D

    So again I say it hit them in the pocket book, do not eat there, cook your food yourselves.

    We the people carry all the tools we need to make a difference.
    It;s call the power of the purse strings.

  • Rusty

    Chipolte? ‘The’ Chipolte that had the E-Coli outbreak? Why do I find this story less than credible; it couldn’t be the reliance on CDC storyline data … could it?

    • Czajk

      That was a corporate hit job against Chipotle, nothing wrong with their meat.

      • Rusty

        A corporate hit job? by who? … as in a published ‘hit’ job, that caused some stores to be closed for a while? Would be that same dastardly corporate that took Blue Bell Icecream off the shelves? The Texans here want their names!

      • Rusty

        Hum, thinking about your statement being a ‘hit’ job; then looking at the chart in the video…. I don’t see Braum’s on the chart anywhere. Was this video a corporate ‘hit’ job BY Chipolte? I’m not debating any (if they exist) facts of antibiotics in the meat, BUT shouldn’t the video delve into the meat supply chain instead?