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Most meat producers use antibiotics. Now consumers can see how much.
Oct 5, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

U.S. consumers are about to gain a rare window into the use of antibiotics in the food system, an issue of skyrocketing concern among public health groups, shoppers and physicians.

Critics have argued that the agricultural industry abuses these medicines, administering antibiotics to animals which do not need them and contributing to the rise of "super bugs." Consumer groups have complained that the public knows too little about how their food is raised - an issue compounded by a range of

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