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Investor group launches campaign to curb antibiotic use in food

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By Simon Jessop, Martinne Geller and Lisa Baertlein

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Excellent job to you investors for doing this. You get a tsunami of support from many families around the world.

Restaurant Brands=Burger King and Tim Hortons

Brinker International= Chili's, Maggiano's Little Italy, Romano's Macaroni Grill, On The Border and many smaller chains.

Restaurant Group=(British group, so I don't know any of these restaurants) 350 restaurants and public houses under the Frankie & Benny's, Chiquito, Garfunkel's, Filling Station, Home Counties Pub Restaurants, Coast to Coast and Brunning & Price brands.

Darden Restaurants=Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52, Eddie V's Prime Seafood, The Capital Grille and Yard House. Until July 28, 2014, Darden also owned Red Lobster. (Went to an Olive Garden last month while I was back. They used to be known for their excellent salads, it was crap. Also Longhorn, best Strip steak I've had in awhile)

Mitchells & Butlers=runs around 1,600 managed pubs, bars and restaurants throughout the United Kingdom.

Yum! Brands=Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut, and WingStreet worldwide. (or as they say in the movies "Kentacohut")

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Antibiotics should only be used to heal sick animals, NOT for any other purpose.

My doctor only prescribes antibiotics for me when i am sick and need them. So why should animals be given antibiotics when they are not needed.

When they do need antibiotics the antibiotics may not be effective.

Already many antibiotics are starting to become ineffective as resistance builds against them by them germs.

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FizzBit - Thanks for the list of restaurants. It's vegetarian pizzas for me from now on!

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