Food Security

McDonald's is curbing the use of antibiotics in its beef supply

The Chicago-based fast food chain is the world's largest purchaser of beef. This move could be a major step towards halting the spread of antibiotic resistance. Image: REUTERS/Molly Riley

Tom Polansek

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