17-06-2009 Fast Food Slows Down a Notch

It was only a matter of time before the fast food industry realised the potential in joining the sustainable food phenomena. Now the old favourites like McDonalds USA have strict hen laying and antibiotics guidelines that are better than the average guidelines for the food industry. Burgerville follows suit by supplying customers with local, seasonal and organic food options. Leading the way in an industry so often looked down on by organic health purists, Burgerville is setting an impeccable example by using 100% local wind power and recycling thousands of gallons of canola oil into biodiesel. Just reading all this is enough to start a fast food craving...

Picture from: www.burgerville.com

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