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The move is part of the retailer’s updated policy on antibiotics amid fears of a human health crisis

The Co-op Group has published data on antibiotics in its food supply chains, which shows use is well below the industry average.

Concern over increased resistance to antibiotics, which has serious implications for human health, has prompted the Group to draw up a policy on their use to animals.

It does not allow the use of antibiotics on animals in its supply chain unless a vet has provided a prescription.

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