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Antibiotic-Free Food Labels to Look For (Page 9)

Antibiotic-Free Label to Look For: No Added Antibiotics/ No Antibiotics Administered

Antibiotic-Free Label to Look For: No Added Antibiotics/ No Antibiotics Administered

eggs, poultry, meat, dairy
Variations of "no antibiotics added" can be meaningful. For meat and poultry only, the label means the animal never received antibiotics. With this claim, look for the “USDA Process Verified” shield, which shows the company paid to verify it. (Backing by a private certifier, such as Global Animal Partnership for Whole Foods meat, is equally reliable.)

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