Fast-Food Chains That Use the Lowest Quality Beef

Burger King

Burger King has no antibiotics policy on its beef and scored an 'F' on the Chain Reaction VI scorecard.


Arby's is another popular fast-food joint that has no public antibiotics policy, and if you really want to get into the down and dirty of the chain


While Sonic announced in early 2017 that it would stop using antibiotics in its chicken, no proof of the implementation of that policy has ever been made public.

Jack in the Box

It was announced in 2016 that Jack in the Box would eliminate the use of antibiotics in its chicken by the end of 2020, yet the chain received a resounding 'F'

Dairy Queen

Better stick to the Blizzards, because Dairy Queen is among the crowd that limits antibiotic use in chicken, but has no public policy on antibiotic use in beef (or pork). It got an 'F'


Once a sufficient supply of such pork and beef is available in the U.S. market," with no indication on when that could be. The largest pizza chain received an 'F' in the beef report.

Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut plans to only use chicken raised without medically important antibiotics by the end of 2022, but has no policy in place for its beef.

Little Caesars

It seems to be getting harder and harder to find a national pizza chain that cares about its quality of meat. Little Caesars also scores an 'F'

Panda Express

It has been reported that Panda Express has policies in place for its chicken, but they have no policy on record regarding antibiotics in beef. Another 'F'!

Buffalo Wild Wings

Another chain without a policy means another failing grade of 'F.'