When we think of fast foods, some may not think of buying a healthy option.
But many restaurants are changing menu options to provide customers healthier options.
Last week, Chick-fil-A announced that the company has finally reached its 2014 goal -- a pledge to serve only "No Antibiotics Ever" protein and poultry.
This will mean no meat is sold has been treated with any type of antibiotic drug at any stage.
According to the Chick-fil-A website, there are more than 2,400 restaurants across the country.
The popular chicken chain has been serving antibiotic-free chicken since May, but packaging in restaurants won’t reflect this until October.
In 2018, Consumer Reports conducted a survey that nearly 60% of Americans said they would be more likely to eat at a restaurant that serves meat raised without antibiotics.
More than half said restaurants should stop serving meat and poultry raised with antibiotics.
The American Customer Service Index reported that Chick-fil-A was named the top quick-service chain in the country.