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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

Naturally-Raised Burritos?

Published: February 6, 2018

By Jessica Ilyse Kurn

Pasture raised chickens. (Photo: Flickr CC/Sandrine Hahn)

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Restaurant chain, Chipotle, says the Food and Drug Administration was late to the plate in terms of limiting antibiotic use on farm animals.

Chipotle Mexican Grill's Chris Arnold tells Jessica Ilyse Kurn about the restaurant's stance on antibiotic use in farm animals.

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Watch a short film that follows a farmer as he turns his family farm into an industrial farm...and then chooses to return to a more sustainable way of farming. Willie Nelson sings Coldplay's "The Scientist" in the film.

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