Will your Thanksgiving turkey be drugged up?

Via on Nov 23, 2009

Not if it’s “antibiotic free.” Remember: you are what you eat, and what you eat becomes you!

As seen outside of Whole Foods (formerly Wild Oats, formerly Alfalfa’s) in Boulder:

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2 Responses to “Will your Thanksgiving turkey be drugged up?”

  1. I suppose anti-biotic free is a small comfort. Why do we call it Turkey day when it's really an awful day for turkeys?

  2. [...] eating turkey this Thanksgiving, try and make sure it’s “green“: heritage, local, antibiotic-free, free-range, organic. Why? Their lives will have been significantly better before dying. [...]

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