Darden Restaurants, the largest full-service restaurant group in the US, is facing pressure to use antibiotic-free meat and pay better wages

Dozens of protesters picketed Olive Garden restaurants in seven cities on Thursday, including New York and Los Angeles, delivering a petition with 130,000 signatures that asks the chain to serve more vegetables, use meat raised with minimal use of antibiotics and pay its employees fair wages.

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Source: Guardian Environment