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The Van Osch family market most of their cattle to Cargill’s facility in Guelph, Ont.

Finding opportunity in sustainability

From a cow-calf operation in Alberta to a feedlot in Ontario, these beef producers are finding benefits in becoming certified sustainable

It’s the “right thing to do” for the Van Osch family at their feedlot, and so they belong to the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) program.  The Blairs do it for the future of the Canadian beef industry.  Both farms exemplify the kind of commitment seen all across Canada to raising beef sustainably. Becoming […] Read more

The Chop Burger is the first menu item from a full-service restaurant to receive the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) Certified Mark. (CNW Group/Chop Steakhouse + Bar)

Beef sustainability: Playing the long game

Many in the beef supply chain are banking on strengthening demand for certified sustainable beef, through the pandemic and beyond

One of the side effects of the current COVID-19 pandemic is that Canadians have begun to look at the world through a different lens. Priorities have shifted and lifestyles have been altered. Everyone from producers, to small businesses, to global agribusinesses are adjusting to a new-look marketplace. It’s meant a course correction for some organizations, […] Read more