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Letter to Subway President and CEO Frederick De Luca

59 Groups Call for Leadership on Antibiotics Stewardship
Last updated: 6/23/2015

On June 23rd, a broad array of public interest organizations sent this letter to Subway's President and CEO Frederick De Luca, calling on Subway to show leadership in protecting the long-term effectivensss of antibiotics drugs. In the letter, the groups sepcifically called on Subway to phase out the routine use of antibiotics in the meat that is raised for its restaurants.

As one of the largest fast food restaurant chains in the country, Subway's actions can have a big impact in protecting future public health. #SubwaySaveABX

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