Food

Media Hit | Public Health, Food

Will Yum! Brands Commit to Better Antibiotic Stewardship Policies?

"Despite these successes, we need to re-double our efforts to counter new threats from superbugs that increasingly diminish the effectiveness of antibiotics. We will continue to ramp up our consumer awareness and advocacy campaigns to ensure that the superbugs don't win."

A nationwide call: KFC, help save antibiotics!

By | Anya Vanecek
Public Health Digital Campaigner

Over eighty organizations and hundreds of consumers launched a call for KFC to switch to selling chicken raised without routine antibiotics. 

Media Hit | Public Health, Food

End the overuse of antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance is one of the largest growing threats to public health.

The foundation is crumbling

By | Bill Wenzel
Director, Healthy Farms, Healthy Families Campaign

What was missing from President Obama's visionary plan for medical progress? 

Media Hit | Public Health, Food

Help limit overuse of antibiotics

Our volunteer organizer Ashleigh McGuire gives a compelling response to positive food trends that are making meat raised without routine antibiotics a reality.

The State of Antibiotics 2016

By | Bill Wenzel
Director, Healthy Farms, Healthy Families Campaign

While President Obama discusses some of our nation's biggest economic, social, and foreign policy challenges at the 2016 State of the Union address, here's our take on one of the most pressing public health issues of the era.

Progress in 2015 and hope for the new year

By | Anya Vanecek
Public Health Digital Campaigner

This was a big year for the fight to save antibiotics. Now we’re looking to the future and looking forward to continuing our efforts to stop the overuse of antibiotics in factory farming.

All I want for Christmas is responsibly-raised meat.

By | Anya Vanecek
Public Health Digital Campaigner

I don't want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need...

It keeps getting better

By | Steve Blackledge
Public Health Program Director

By next summer, all of the chicken served on Papa John's pizzas and poppers will be raised without antibiotics. The pizza chain's announcement adds them to a growing list of restaurants that are helping to stop the overuse antibiotics on large industrial farms.

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