Subway sets timeline for antibiotic-free meat

Subway sets timeline for antibiotic-free meat

Sandwich chain to transition all proteins to those raised without antibiotics by 2025

Subway said on Tuesday that it plans to transition to a supply chain that uses only meat raised without antibiotics by 2025.

The Milford, Conn.-based sandwich giant, which already plans to shift its 27,000 U.S. restaurants to antibiotic-free chicken by the end of next year, now plans to shift its supply chain to antibiotic-free turkey, pork and beef over the next decade.

Subway is the largest chain to make such a broad commitment to antibiotic-free proteins.

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