For 138 years, we have nourished Canadians with delicious food that is safely made with high-quality and trusted ingredients. Our iconic brands offer a variety of tasty menu items and dining experiences to suit our guests’ evolving preferences.
As Canada’s largest full-service restaurant company, we recognize the important role we play in supporting a sustainable food supply chain for generations to come. We take great pride in sourcing quality ingredients and achieve this through our network of partnerships.
Recipe works with three key organizations to help advance animal care practices across the industry: Chicken Farmers of Canada (CFC), National Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC), and Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB).
See Recipe’s position on ANIMAL WELFARE for more information.
We recognize the important role we play in feeding our fellow Canadians from coast-to-coast whilst supporting a sustainable supply chain.
With over 1,200 locations across Canada we are committed to serving delicious meals prepared with high-quality ingredients. Our food safety program and associated standards meet, and frequently exceed, regulatory minimum requirements, helping us ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests.
Our approved, larger (food) vendors are certified to a recognized food safety standard such as the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). We provide support and guidance to our smaller and local vendors so they can work toward accomplishing certification or meet other acceptable standards.
Across Recipe’s iconic brands, guests can find great tasting menu options along with the nutritional information they need to understand what’s in their food, customize their selections and make conscious choices about what they eat.
Recipe is committed to responsible labeling and advertising practices across our brands. We understand and actively follow the standards and guidelines related to advertising in Canada, and we do not target children in our digital, TV and radio ads.
Recipe is in the business of feeding people, not landfills. Over the years, we have refined our menus, consolidated our operations, and honed our ability to accurately predict the amount of ingredients needed across our restaurants to make our delicious food.
When surplus food does become available, we work with our distribution partners to donate it to the organizations that can make good use of it.
that was available and safe for donation across Canada
For full details related to Recipe's CSR journey please refer to our annual CSR Report.