Fix Antibiotics: Find Meat Without Drugs

Fix Antibiotics: Find Meat Without Drugs

Emily Han
Jul 27, 2012

Eighty percent of the antibiotics sold in the United States are used on animals to make them grow faster and to prevent disease in the crowded, unsanitary conditions of factory farms. With rising concerns about "superbugs," or bacteria resistant to antibiotics, many of us are looking for meat raised without antibiotics.

A new online guide, launched by the Fix Antibiotics campaign and Real Time Farms, makes this much easier. Just enter your location and find antibiotic-free meat and dairy at retailers, farmers' markets, eateries, and farms near you.

Learn more: Fix Food - Fix Antibiotics
Search: Fix Antibiotics at Real Time Farms

Related: The Rising Popularity of Antibiotic-Free and Pasture-Raised Meat

(Images: Fix Food; Real Time Farms)

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