Chicken on Papa John's Pizzas—and in its Poppers—Will be Antibiotic Free by Summer 2016
Papa John's is first national pizza chain to pledge this removal, continuing its leadership position in the QSR pizza "clean label" quest
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Papa John's Buffalo Chicken Pizza, one of many menu items that features chicken toppings. (Photo: Business Wire)
The company has already made concrete strides toward this commitment by securing contracts with its suppliers, ensuring that they are on track to complete the process on schedule.
Promising to never, ever serve chickens raised with antibiotics in their grilled chicken pizza toppings or chicken poppers is just one of many proof points that supports Papa John's unwavering commitment to quality. Papa John's goal has always been to offer its customers the highest-quality ingredients, and it has recently taken the extra step by boosting its transparency and even educating its consumers on what certain ingredients are and why they are in consumers' food.
"This antibiotics initiative embodies everything our brand stands for,"
Papa John's will be the first national pizza chain to pledge removal of antibiotics from its grilled chicken pizza toppings and chicken poppers. And, next summer, "NO antibiotics in our chicken toppings and poppers" will join Papa John's already extensive list of "‘NO' ingredients," including: NO trans-fats, NO MSG, NO fillers in core meat toppings, NO BHA, NO BHT, and NO partially hydrogenated oils. "Better Ingredients" are what sets Papa John's apart, and the organization stands committed to delivering quality, consistency, and excellence in everything it serves.
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