Chick-fil-A to serve antibiotic-free chicken within 5 years
The Atlanta-based restaurant chain says it is asking suppliers to work with USDA to ensure that antibiotics are not administered to the chickens at any point.
Chick-fil-A says it will serve only antibiotic-free chicken within five years, and it is working with suppliers to build up an adequate supply of birds. It is asking suppliers to work with USDA to ensure that antibiotics aren't administered at any point in the hatching and raising process. Tyson, Purdue and Pilgrim's Pride are among Chick-fil-A suppliers.