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More chains commit to antibiotic-free chicken: survey

But industry still lags when it comes to beef and pork, advocacy group says

The nation’s top restaurant chains are making progress in reducing the use of antibiotics in the chicken they serve, but they are lagging when it comes to beef and pork — and there’s still a long way to go, according to an annual report released Tuesday by a coalition of environmental advocacy groups.

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