Arby's roast beef is ultra-processed and consists completely of meat and a self-basting solution.
Another 'F' for a company without a policy in place. The same firm that controls Arby's and Sonic also owns Buffalo Wild Wings.
Burger King's beef lacks antibiotics, earning it a failing grade on Chain Reaction VI. While the burger chain has been quiet about antibiotics in beef,
Better stick with the Blizzards, as Dairy Queen is among the group that restricts antibiotic use in chicken but has no public policy regarding antibiotic usage in beef.
Domino's has indicated its intention to switch to pork and beef from animals bred without the habitual use of medically-important antibiotics.
In 2016, Jack in the Box declared it would stop using antibiotics in its chicken by 2020, however the firm scored a 'F' for its beef.
National pizza chains that care about meat appear tougher to locate. Chain Reaction gives Little Caesars an F. There's no policy.
Panda Express reportedly has standards in place for its chicken, but there is no policy on file regulating antibiotics in beef. One more "F"!
There's no reason to forgo the chicken wings, especially when you can air fry frozen wings in 30 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit.