Chipotle eases rule against antibiotic-treated beef

08/12/2013 | Bloomberg

Chipotle Mexican Grill will use beef from cattle that have been given antibiotics to treat an illness, a reversal of the chain's policy amid a supply shortage. The Denver-based burrito chain, which has long touted its use of natural meats, will still ban beef from animals given antibiotics to prevent illness or promote weight gain, said spokesman Chris Arnold. "The change was really rooted in the belief that it’s not the use of antibiotics for the treatment of illness that is the problem. The problem is the copious amount of antibiotics that are used to promote growth."

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