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A&W

Canadians are familiar with the company's television ads promoting its "vegetarian-fed" chicken and beef with "no added hormones or steroids" (although neither policy affects animal welfare). While McDonald's and Wendy's are racing ahead to appear like chicken liberators, A&W risks branding itself as the guys who keep hens locked up.
You've seen their orange-hued commercials and have probably had a root beer float or two, but for a chain that's known for
Canada’s second-largest burger chain says its beef is now free of hormones, antibiotics and preservatives. A&W announced