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The truth is, none of the chicken you buy in the grocery store contains antibiotics. By federal law, all chickens must be clear of antibiotics before they leave the farm.

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The myth is, only chickens raised without antibiotics are safe to eat.

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The truth is, hormones and steroids are never given to chickens in any way. In fact, hormone and steroid use in chickens has been banned in the U.S. since the 1950's.

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The myth is, chickens are fed hormones and steroids.

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The truth is, none of the chicken you buy in a store is raised in a cage. Chickens are raised in spacious, climate controlled houses where they're free to eat, drink, and walk around all they want.

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The myth is, chickens are raised in cages.

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The truth is, all fresh, single ingredient chicken is gluten free. Always be sure to look for any fine print that may mention added solutions, seasonings or coatings.

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The myth is, fresh chicken contains gluten.

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The truth is, chickens aren't vegetarians. They are omnivores that eat bugs and small animals, if they can. Chickens on strictly vegetarian diets need supplements to maintain optimal health.

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The myth is, vegetarian diets are best for chickens.

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