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McDonald's Canada to source only Canadian beef starting in September

McDonald's Canada announced that they will be shifting back to solely sourcing Canadian beef for their burgers come September.

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McDonald's Canada announced that they will be shifting back to solely sourcing Canadian beef for their burgers come September, Global News reports.

McDonald's Canada has been importing foreign beef since late April due to limitations in Canadian supply lines caused by the coronavirus.

The world renowned fast food chain recently shut down a Cargill processing plant outside of High River, Alberta due to a coronavirus outbreak – a situation that affected the ability to process meat from here in Canada.

Despite the importation of foreign beef, McDonald's Canada said that during the coronavirus more than 80 per cent of its beef supply continued to come from Canadian sources, mostly farms and ranches in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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