Grill’d extends eco beef burgers to 31 more stores

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The grass-fed Black Angus beef burger is saving emissions. (Source: Supplied)

The Grill’d restaurant chain is bringing its Gamechanger burgers to another 31 restaurants across Australia, after selling nearly 10,000 patties of the low-emissions beef. The grass-fed Black Angus cattle produce two-thirds fewer methane emissions than regular beef cattle, and so far Grill’d has saved about 75,000kg of CO2 emissions.

Grill’d launched the new burger option early in the year.

Simon Crowe, founder of Grill’d, said “This great response has indicated we’re on the right path. We promised we wouldn’t stop at 61 restaurants, and this World Environment Day, we’re excited to be offering Gamechanger to more burger lovers across the country.

“It’s our ongoing mission to continue working on building out the supply chain to bring Gamechanger to all Grill’d restaurants, and we’re hyper focused on continuing our work with Sea Forest and the University of New England to hit our methane reduction target of 90 per cent.”

A Grill’d beef burger can be upgraded to a Gamechanger patty for an extra $1.