Burnbrae Farms and Swim Drink Fish - partnership to support clean waterGeneral
Burnbrae Farms is pleased to partner with Swim Drink Fish to strengthen the movement for clean water in Canada. As Canada’s largest family owned and operated egg business founded in 1891, our egg cartons will proudly feature information for Canadians to contribute to a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future. These new egg cartons have been on store shelves across Canada since August 2020.
Burnbrae Farms works with farmers in many communities across Canada. We also recognize clean water is the foundation of those communities. Partnering with Swim Drink Fish demonstrates our commitment to being an industry leader in environmental sustainability. “As a sixth-generation Canadian family business selling egg and egg products for more than 75 years, Burnbrae Farms is dedicated to promoting environmental sustainability in communities across Canada. Burnbrae Farms is proud to support Swim Drink Fish and its incredible work on clean water”, Margaret Hudson, President, Burnbrae Farms.
Since its launch in 2001, Swim Drink Fish has operated initiatives like Great Lakes Guide, Swim Guide and Lake Ontario Waterkeeper connecting people to the waters. It then trains those same people to collect and share water health data. That data can then inspire new restoration projects. “Burnbrae Farms has shown real leadership in protecting the natural environment. We’re grateful to partner with Margaret Hudson and the Burnbrae Farms family to spread the Swim Drink Fish message across the country”, Mark Mattson, President, Swim Drink Fish.
Swim Drink Fish is a Canadian charity working for a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future since its launch in 2001. By blending science, law, education, and storytelling with technology, they empower millions of people to know and safeguard their waters. To learn more visit: www.swimdrinkfish.ca .
Look for the Swim Drink Fish logo on our egg cartons, available wherever Burnbrae Farms products are sold.
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