Harvey’s Deepens Commitment to Sustainability


VAUGHAN, Ont. — Harvey’s has committed to planting 50,000 more trees in 2022. This goal is part of Harvey’s tree-planting sustainability initiative it launched last year in partnership with Tree Canada, with a 2021 target of 25,000 trees. Additionally, from June 27 to August 1, a portion of proceeds from every transaction at Harvey’s restaurants will help plant trees in Canada.

“We’re thrilled to continue partnering with Harvey’s this year to grow better places through planting and nurturing trees,” says Gregory Hotte, director of Development, Tree Canada. “With the generosity of Harvey’s and their customers, together we can improve the lives of Canadians one tree at a time.”

“Harvey’s has been proudly Canadian for over 60 years and we’re thrilled to continue in our journey of keeping Canada a beautiful thing,” says David Colebrook, president, Harvey’s Canada. “After surpassing our 2021 tree-planting target by almost 30 per cent, we’re exceptionally motivated to plant 50,000 more trees this year to add to the 35,000 growing from last year. We’re grateful to have phenomenal partners in the community that strengthen our vision of a more sustainable Canada.”

Other sustainability initiatives from Harvey’s include its Grow-a-Plant program, sustainable packaging and locally sourced products.

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