MasterGood Hungary receives Flagship Farm recognition

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The broiler farm of MasterGood’s Hungarian subsidiary Baromfi-Coop Kft. was awarded with “Flagship Farm” recognition based on its sustainability standards by food chain McDonald’s, being the first firm in Europe to receive the title, according to a press release issued yesterday.

McDonaldʼs launched the Flagship Farm recognition program to promote sustainable practices in the sector of agriculture. The case study on MasterGood’s farm noted that the farm is not only outstanding in Europe, but also according to worldwide standards. 

“I am proud that in the field of broiler farms, one of our domestic suppliers: MasterGood was awarded with the Flagship Farm recognition as first in Europe”, Ágnes Horváth, McDonald’s Hungary CEO, said.

“It is a great honor for us that we were awarded with the Flagship Farm recognition … In the near future we are planning to expand our farm,” Péter Bárány, Baromfi-Coop CEO, said.

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