(NJ.com) — Despite the recent attention on “superbugs” and antibiotic resistant infections, most of the meat at many of the top American restaurants still comes from animals raised on antibiotics, a new report claims.

Although easy to identify by labels and stickers in food stores while perusing the meat aisle, it appears a bit more difficult to tell while eating at chain restaurants.
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Only five major chains — Chipotle, Panera, Chick-fil-A, Dunkin’ Donuts and McDonald’s — received passing grades in the report, Chain Reaction, on the companies’ policies to reduce antibiotic use in their meats and transparency.

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