Producing Sustainable Natural Angus Beef Remains Our Primary Focus

At Aspen Ridge® Natural Angus Beef, we are committed to raising wholesome, Natural Angus beef that delivers an exceptional eating experience while contributing to the long-term viability of our community and planet. That’s why our producers use a variety of production methods in an effort to ensure sustainable forage sources and a consistent supply of cattle that qualify for the Aspen Ridge Natural Angus beef program.

Net Zero by 2040

Aspen Ridge Natural Angus Beef is dedicated to meeting the health and nutritional needs of a growing population in a sustainable manner that preserves the planet’s resources for future generations. JBS Foods, which includes Aspen Ridge Natural Angus Beef, is the first global meat company to face one of the greatest challenges of our time head on by committing to target net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. We are proud of the great sustainability progress that has been made to date and look forward to building on past achievements to demonstrate that beef is not only a beneficial and sustainable source of high-quality nutrition, but also a key part of the global climate solution. The commitment spans our operations as well as our diverse supply chain of agricultural producer partners, suppliers and customers in our efforts to reduce emissions across the value chain. Learn more about our Net Zero 2040 efforts here.

U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef

The U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (USRSB) is a multi-stakeholder initiative developed to advance, support, and communicate continuous improvement in sustainability of the U.S. beef value chain. The USRSB achieves this through leadership, innovation, multi-stakeholder engagement, and collaboration. USRSB has one mission—to advance, support and communicate continuous improvement of sustainability across the U.S. beef value chain, with emphasis on the following priority indicators:

  • Animal Health and Well-Being
  • Efficiency and Yield
  • Water Resources
  • Land Resources
  • Air and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Employee Safety and Well-Being

The USRSB is working to advance continuous improvement of the beef supply chain by also developing practice-based Metrics and Sustainability Assessment Guides which will measure progress against the high priority indicators. Our active involvement in this organization shows our commitment to keeping sustainable natural beef on the table.