McDonald’s Canada Introduces Canadian Angus Burger


TORONTO — McDonald’s has released the Mighty Angus made with 100-per-cent pure Angus beef from Canadian farms. This is the first new premium burger the company has added to its permanent menu since 2012.

“The very first item on the menu in 1967 was a hamburger and at its heart, McDonald’s has always been a burger company,” said Anne Parks, director of Menu Management at McDonald’s Canada.

McDonald’s is also funding a beef sustainability pilot project in Canada by helping establish an independent verification process in producing sustainable beef. Through the work of the Canadian pilot, McDonald’s is on track to purchase a portion of its beef from sustainable sources in 2016 as part of its broader goal to source all of its food and packaging sustainably.

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