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the Canadian Food Inspection
Agency (CFIA). CAS is currently
practiced by many approved suppliers for McDonald's restaurants
in Europe and Australia.
■ Establishing third party audits
to ensure supplier's farms are
in compliance with McDonald's
new and more comprehensive
chicken welfare standards.
■ Completing an assessment by the
end of 2018 to measure the feasibility of extending these commitments
to the remaining global markets
where McDonald's operates.
■ Establishing a global, multi-stakeholder Advisory Council focused on
chicken sustainability, with partici-
pation from academics and scientists, suppliers and industry experts,
animal welfare and environmental
advocates to support our continued
journey on chicken sustainability,
inclusive of health and welfare.
"Together, we believe these commitments provide the ability to drive
and measure continuous improvement for the health and welfare of
chickens," the company stated.
"As one of the world's largest food
companies, we aim to use our scale
as an opportunity to achieve impactful change on key societal issues, and
we will continue to collaborate with
our suppliers, franchisees and employees to achieve real impact." ■
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