Fast-Food Chain Seeks Higher Meat Standards The fast-food chain Chipotle insists that the beef, poultry and pork it serves come from cattle, chickens and pigs that are allowed to move freely, eat vegetarian feed, and remain free of anti-biotics. The chain has had some trouble finding suppliers. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.
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The fast-food chain Chipotle insists that the beef, poultry and pork it serves come from cattle, chickens and pigs that are allowed to move freely, eat vegetarian feed, and remain free of anti-biotics. The chain has had some trouble finding suppliers. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.