Tell Subway: Protect our health and help save antibiotics

McDonald's, Chick-fil-A and Chipotle have made public commitments to reduce antibiotic use in their supply chains — but Subway, the largest restaurant chain in the world, has not revealed its antibiotics policies. Tell President Suzanne Greco to disclose their company's antibiotics policies and commit to buying meat produced without the routine use of antibiotics and protect our families' health!

Shockingly, 70 percent of all medically-important antibiotics in the U.S. are sold for use on poultry and livestock, not people. Industrial farms often use antibiotics routinely to help animals grow faster or survive crowded, unsanitary conditions. The result is rising rates of antibiotic-resistant bacteria — "superbugs" — that can give people difficult-to-treat infections.

McDonald's, Chick-fil-A and Chipotle have made public commitments to reduce antibiotic use in their supply chains — but Subway, the largest restaurant chain in the world, has not revealed its antibiotics policies. Tell Subway President Suzanne Greco to disclose their company's antibiotics policies and commit to buying meat produced without the routine use of antibiotics and protect our families' health!

Serve meat and poultry raised without routine antibiotics

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