Monthly Archives: July, 2016

Stop Using Antibiotics for Farm Animals: Questionnaire

Report: The Message from Consumers in Japan: Stop using Antibiotics at Animal Farms! – We asked fast food companies to reply to our questionnaire – July 20, 2016 “The antibiotics won’t work…” Isn’t it rather unbelievable to hear about such … Read More

Posted July 20th, 2016 in Corporate Responsibility

Email Campaign: Antibiotics Off The Menu

Consumers International and its Members are calling on multinational restaurant chains, including McDonald’s, KFC and Subway, to make global time-bound commitments to end the routine use of antibiotics important for human medicine across all meat and poultry supply chains.

Participate in our new campaign! Together with Consumers International and Do Gooder, you can send emails to McDonald’s, Subway and Kentucky Fried Chicken, telling them to stop feeding antibiotics routinely to farm animals like cattle, pigs and chicken. Click here: … Read More

Posted July 13th, 2016 in Corporate Responsibility

Global Focus on Fighting against Antibiotic Resistance

Consumers International and its Members will be continuing to build pressure on KFC, McDonald’s and Subway in the run-up to the UN high level meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance, to be held in New York this September. “McDonald’s and Yum! Brands … Read More

Posted July 13th, 2016 in Corporate Responsibility