In-N-Out Burger is ditching the antibiotic treated beef. While ordering a double-double animal style with chopped peppers will still be powerful tasty, it'll no longer induce rage or allow you to challenge Barry Bonds home run record.
Via SF Gate:
"Our company is committed to beef that is not raised with antibiotics important to human medicine," vice president of quality for In-N-Out Burger Keith Brazeau told Reuters. "We've asked our suppliers to accelerate their progress towards establishing antibiotic alternatives."
For the record: Fat Burger.
** Yes, I've been told I mistook steroids and antibiotics. --Jason
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