Cultiv8 – “Sustainability in the Beef Supply Chain” – McDonald’s
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For our first Cultiv8 meeting of the year, we welcome Pete Garbutt, the Global Sustainable Sourcing Manager for McDonald’s Restaurants, leading their work globally on climate action in the supply chain and on beef sustainability within Europe.
Previous to this, Pete led the McDonald’s agriculture team in the UK and Ireland, managing the Farm Forward programme and the Progressive Young Farmers Programme which gives ten aspiring young farmers the chance to work for a year in our supply chain.
From a farming family in Yorkshire, Pete has held various technical and communications roles within the agriculture industry over fifteen years. Prior to joining McDonald’s in 2014, he was the Chief Livestock Adviser for the National Farmers’ Union in England and Wales. Pete is a farmers husband and lives in Bedfordshire on the family farm with his wife, son and dog.
Pete will give an insight into McDonald’s both globally and in the UK, detailing how one of the world’s most iconic businesses is using its scale for good to improve the sustainability of its supply chains and build trust from farm to front counter.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your place and we look forward to seeing you in the Marketing Suite at 19:30 on 20 February!