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KFC Losing Antibiotics in Chicken by 2018

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USA Today

KFC plans to stop using chicken that contains antibiotics in the U.S. by the end of 2018, becoming the latest fast-food chain to move toward a more natural product.

The chain, with 4,200 restaurants across the nation, said Friday it is cutting antibiotics from both its boneless and on-the-bone chicken.

Other quick-service chains, such as Chipotle, McDonald’s, Burger King, Panera and Wendy’s, have made similar pledges to eliminate antibiotics in their chicken. But KFC said it believes it is on the cutting edge in trying to go without antibiotics when it comes to on-the-bone chicken.

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