USA: TGI Friday's - finding a new home on the range - COMMENT (Members)
TGI Friday's has announced it will now only serve antibiotic and hormone-free burgers. The announcement, prompted by customer concerns, signals a shift for the entire casual dining sector. Although the US has so far avoided mad cow and foot and mouth disease, food service companies will have to turn increasingly to organic and cruelty-free meat sources to address consumer safety and health issues.
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