McDonald's Canada is going back to using 100% Canadian beef

Aug 13 2020, 10:43 am

Juicy news for fans of fast-food burgers: McDonald’s Canada is officially going back to using 100% Canadian beef in September.

The global chain announced Thursday that it would be ending the temporary sourcing adjustments that started in April due to industry constraints.

McDonald’s Canada has been sourcing over 80% Canadian beef since that time, but it’s finally time to get back to 100% for the brand, a target they’ve been maintaining since 2003 across the country.

So there you have it, whether you’re lovin’ it or not, you can rest assured if you grab a Quarter Pounder, Big Mac, or whatever morsel you prefer, it’s going to be 100% Canadian beef starting next month.

If beef is not your jam, check out McDonald’s cheap and sweet $1 ice cream deal.

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