Read More On average, adults in the US consumed Who eats the most and least fast food The new report included data on about 10, people 20 and older from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey The data revealed that fast food consumption varied by age, income level, sex and race. For instance, No, poor people don’t eat the most fast food The percentage of adults who said they consumed fast food rose with family income level, based on the report.
Overall, Lawrence Cheskin, an associate professor and director of clinical research at the Global Obesity Prevention Center at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who was not involved in the new report. Photos: Restaurant report card: How is your fast food meat raised?
Chain Reaction III: The third annual “Chain Reaction” report grades America’s 25 largest fast food and “fast casual” restaurants on their antibiotics policies and meat sourcing practices. These eleven restaurant chains received an F grade for the third consecutive year due to lack of a meaningful antibiotics policy.
Nine of these companies didn’t respond to the survey at all. Hide Caption 1 of 15 Photos: Restaurant report card: How is your fast food meat raised? Chipotle – Grade: A “We started on our quest to serve meat from animals raised without the use of antibiotics inand continue to be a leader in this area today,” Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said in an email.
Panera Bread – Grade: A “We’re proud to have led the way on antibiotic reduction for more than a decade, starting with introducing chicken raised without antibiotics in ,” Sara Burnett, director of food and wellness policy at Panera, said in a statement.
We are proud of our progress and are committed to continued work in this space. Read More