News from the beef sustainability world

CRSB launches update to National Beef Sustainability Assessment

CRSB launches update to National Beef Sustainability Assessment

Calling on beef producers to contribute to sustainability benchmarking data collection.

The primary data collected from farmers and ranchers across Canada through surveys is a critical piece to the credibility and success of the environmental, land use and social Life Cycle Assessments. This data is complemented by consultations with subject matter experts and scientific data, which is used to derive the modelling assumptions for the assessment results.

Intercity Packers Commits to Beef Sustainability Across Canada

Intercity Packers Commits to Beef Sustainability Across Canada

Intercity Packers Meat & Seafood, Canada’s leading supplier of high-quality protein products for the food service industry, announces they are certified by the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) to offer a variety of products that support Canada’s beef farmers, while providing responsibly raised products backed by a robust certification system.

Chop Steakhouse & Bar expands its commitment to beef sustainability

Chop Steakhouse & Bar expands its commitment to beef sustainability

Today, Chop Steakhouse & Bar expands its commitment to beef sustainability, becoming the first full-service restaurant chain to offer steaks featuring certification that recognizes sustainable beef practices. Chop continues its leadership role, extending its beef sustainability sourcing pledge across all beef menu items.

 

Ducks Unlimited Canada applauds Walmart Canada and the CRSB on new sustainable partnership

Ducks Unlimited Canada applauds Walmart Canada and the CRSB on new sustainable partnership

Canada’s cattle farmers and ranchers are once again being recognized for their commitment to sustainability through a new partnership between Walmart Canada and the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB). Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is a proud and active supporter of the CRSB and calls the collaboration an important win for environmental stewardship.

Gordon Foodservice commits to beef sustainability

Gordon Foodservice commits to beef sustainability

Gordon Food Service Canada Ltd. is very proud to announce that we have incorporated sustainable sourcing for our Gordon Choice boxed beef program, the first to do so in Canada. This means that we support sustainable beef practices in Canada through sourcing a minimum of 30% of the beef for the Gordon Choice line of beef products from CRSB Certified Sustainable farms and ranches across Canada. We invite our customers to join us in our beef sustainability journey, show how you value improvements being made, and help recognize the leadership of Canadian beef to consumers across Canada.