Should Trader Joe’s stop selling meat raised on antibiotics? Tell ‘em! Call 1-800-221-2063
80 percent of antibiotics sold in the U.S. are used on cows, chickens, and pigs to make them grow faster and tolerate crowded and unsanitary industrial farms. Trader Joe’s, which recently opened new stores in Colorado and Idaho, sells meat from animals raised on these drugs.
It’s time for Trader Joe’s to take a stand for public health. Join over half a million consumers who have already asked Trader Joe’s to be an industry leader and stop selling meat from animals raised on antibiotics.
Call Trader Joe’s corporate headquarters today at 1-800-221-2063 and say, “Welcome to the neighborhood, but please stop selling meat raised on antibiotics.” The grocery chain prides itself on listening to its customers, so we want management to hear you – its newest customers – loud and clear on this.
- I live in [your city & state] and I’m calling to ask Trader Joe’s to stop selling meat raised with antibiotics.
- I’m concerned that the overuse of antibiotics in livestock is putting me and my family at greater risk from antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
- I expect Trader Joe’s, one of the most progressive grocers in the country, to lead the way on this issue and stop selling meat raised with antibiotics.