Today, Subway announced a plan to phase out antibiotics from it's entire meat supply in response to mounting consumer demand for stronger action by the chain to help save antibiotics from overuse.

This expansion into meatballs, bacon, beef, and all chicken sends a powerful message: Raising livestock and poultry without routine antibiotics is both smart and possible.

10 reasons to worry -- and what you can do to help fight -- the rise of antibiotic-resistant infections.

Antibiotic resistance is now a global problem, and we're not helping.

The industry is pretending that antibiotics use on factory farms today is healthy and safe, but their arguments muddy the truth. 

Subway recently made a statement about their antibiotics policy. Here's where they fall short.

Recently, I sat down with Chef Hosea Rosenberg, owner of BlackBelly restaurant in Boulder, CO, to find out why antibiotic-free meat was as good for business as it is for public health.

How do you get a major chain like Subway to celebrate public health? You keep the issue fresh in their minds.

The House just passed the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015. This will have major implications for GMO labeling and consumer information about the foods they eat.

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Ed Mierzwinski
Senior Director, Federal Consumer Program

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