Grass Fed Certified Piedmontese Now Non-Gmo 100% Grass Fed & Finished

January 18, 2023 Certified Piedmontese

Certified Piedmontese beef has announced that they are now supplying 100% grass fed and grass finished beef that is also now Non-GMO. Raised and Produced in the USA, this sustainable meat offers all of the health benefits of grass fed beef with the added assurance of being GMO free. With the increasing demand for quality non-GMO foods, Certified Piedmontese Beef provides an excellent option for healthy, delicious protein for center of the plate customers.

Montana’s Joins the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef to Embrace Sustainability for a Better Earth

November 7, 2022 Montana's

Montana’s BBQ & Bar® is a proud  member of the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CSRB). This membership displays Montana’s commitment to environmental, social and economic sustainability in Canadian beef. The brand announced today that it is sourcing at least 30 percent of its beef from farms and ranches certified to the standards set by the CSRB.

Are Consumers Still Satisfied With Steak?

October 25, 2022 Beef Checkoff

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), on behalf of the Beef Checkoff, is continually monitoring and identifying the main drivers of beef demand. These five primary demand drivers are thought to be some of the most significant influencers of beef demand, and consist of eating experience, convenience/versatility, price, raised/grown, and nutrition.

Certified Angus Beef Closes Strong Fiscal Year

October 21, 2022 Certified Angus Beef Brand

“The success of the last 44 years hasn’t come by luck or chance for this brand,” says John Stika, president of Certified Angus Beef. “It’s been achieved through our partners’ hard work and intentionality to continue to plan, prepare and position themselves and our consumers to be successful.”

Impact of Inflationary Trends on the Beef Industry

October 11, 2022 Beef Checkoff

Inflation, or the increase in prices consumers pay for goods and services, has been one of the most talked about topics of 2022. Most common consumer goods have experienced abnormal price increases to some degree. While the causes of inflation rates not seen since the 1980s have been debated far and wide, the results are indisputable: consumers have experienced a greater strain on their incomes and household budgets than they likely have in some time.