Visit us at The Franchise Show Feb. 23-24
Toronto Congress Centre
South Building - Hall F
Our Beef and Where It Comes From
Hero Certified Burgers beef comes from Heritage Angus Beef and is produced at Canadian Premium Meats Abattoir in Lacombe Alberta. Canadian Premium Meats is Canadian and European Approved and all beef is dry chilled to stop microbial growth, as well there are strict feeding regimes that mitigate food born illness.
The ranchers of Heritage Angus Beef pride themselves for not being commodity beef oriented and have worked hard to produce beef that can be trusted and savoured. It's being part of something good!
Please visit www.heritageangus.com if you have any further questions.
June 28th, 2011
HERO Feature Article in the Financial Post
John Lettieri, president and founder of Hero Certified Burgers. Tim Fraser/National Pos
You want eco-friendly with that?
Denise Deveau, Financial Post - Jun. 28, 2011 | Last Updated: Jul. 7, 2011 11:51 AM ET
Some would argue that other than the occasional lettuce leaf on your hamburger, fast food and the green movement don't mix. Jay Gould and John Lettieri are among a rising group of fast food purists setting out to prove otherwise.
Both of these seasoned franchise operators - Mr. Gould is the president of New York Fries and South St. Burger Co. franchises, Mr. Lettieri is the owner of the Lettieri cafes chain in Toronto and the inspiration behind Hero Certified Burgers - are showing the foodservice world thateven when you're dishing up burgers and fries, you can do it with a social conscience.
April 18th, 2011
HERO Feature Article in the Canadian Business Journal
HERO Burger: Champions of Responsible Food