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When french fries meet corporate social responsibility


When you think of corporate social responsibility, your mind may not jump to french fries. But Wisconsin’s own Culver’s restaurant franchise outshines its fast-food competition in sustainable practices.

Culver’s, family oriented and rated the country’s second-favorite burger joint behind In-N-Out according to Restaurant Business’ list of America’s Favorite Chains, is impressively dedicated to green, sustainable initiatives like potatoes from the conservative Lamb Weston farm, certified-sustainable fisheries, American Humane Certified chicken, recyclable packaging, LEED-certified buildings, all-natural Rainforest Alliance Certified coffees and family-owned Wisconsin pumpkins.

Responsible and delicious, Culver’s is a win for Wisconsin.

Jacob Zelinski

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