You may have heard “antibiotic-free” raised poultry being talked about lately. But what does it mean for a restaurant operator, cafeteria manager or a hospital nutritionist?
Like “GMO,” the antibiotic free term has been occasionally been mis-defined. But Dr. Charles Corsiglia, a veterinarian who oversees the health and welfare of Foster Farms poultry, simplifies “ABF” and busts some myths about what it means — and doesn’t mean!
And don’t get confused by all the labels! You might also hear about No Antibiotics Ever (NAE). ABF and NAE are the same. NAE is simply a marketing term used by some poultry companies, including Foster Farms
Join Chef Andrew Hunter in this special edition of our Wing It! podcast to learn more.