Say No to Routine Antibiotics in Meat Production!


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Darden Restaurants owns and operates more than 1,500 restaurants - including Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52 and The Capital Grille. Through these restaurants, Darden serves more than 320 million meals a year, and is the number one casual-dining operator in terms of revenue.

Take Action! Tell Darden: "No more meat raised with routine antibiotics!"

One of Darden's suppliers is Sanderson Farms - a massive chicken corporation. While other chicken producers are taking major steps to reduce antibiotic use, Sanderson is digging in. They're rejecting the science and refusing to do the right thing.

Tell Darden: "No more meat raised with routine antibiotics!"

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  1. Keith Augusto

    Make believe you're feeding your own family.

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