As our primary line of ground beef, Our Certified™ is available in a wide range of lean points and source grinds, providing choices for every preference. Sold through select grocery stores nationwide, Our Certified ground beef delivers quality and freshness you can taste in every delicious bite.Learn More >
Delivering great performance for any application, Skillet Essential® brings great ground beef to the table at a value price. Available in both 73/27 and 80/20 lean points, Skillet Essential is a great choice for any meal from burgers to spaghetti.Learn More >
Produced regionally to ensure the freshest ground beef possible, Meadowland Farms® ground beef is designed to support your busy lifestyle. Offering a wide range of lean points and source grinds, Meadowland Farms is where fresh meals begin.Learn More >
While it isn't a brand you're likely to see while shopping, Excel® ground beef represents the majority of the ground beef we deliver. Usually packaged in-store by our retail grocery customers, this is the ground beef you'll most commonly find in overwrapped trays in your grocer's meat case.Learn More >
There are many more brands in the Cargill ground beef family that you may find at your local grocery store. And all of them promise the same high quality and great flavor you expect from Cargill brands.Learn More >
Cargill’s beef production and fabrication facilities in the United States and Canada allow us to provide ground beef to every part of North America, so that every package you purchase delivers the freshness and great flavor you expect. Explore the many facilities that help bring Cargill ground beef to your table and discover how our employees impact their local communities.
An Establishment Number is a unique numeric code required by law that identifies the plant where each package of Cargill ground beef was produced.
Simply look for a seal similar to the one pictured here on the front of any ground beef package to track the ground beef you purchase back to its plant of origin. If there is no seal, look for "Est." on the package and use the number following those letters.
Community involvement: Employees at the Calgary Cargill facility are proud supporters of the local United Way organization, providing both monetary donations and volunteer hours throughout the year.
Community involvement: The High River location is heavily involved in its community, providing multi-faceted support to United Way, High River Hospital, Rowan House, local food banks and elementary/middle school lunch programs.
Community involvement: Cargill’s Watson team gives back to the community by providing monetary and product donations, as well as volunteer support, to United Way, Adopt a Family at Christmas and Earth Day community cleanup.
Community involvement: The team at Guelph gives back to the community through volunteer support and monetary/product donations for charities such as United Way, Adopt a Family at Christmas and Earth Day community cleanup.
Community involvement: From monetary donations to feeding the needy, Brampton employees take an active role in their community, focusing on the Sick Kids Foundation in Toronto and participating in local fundraising events.
Community involvement: Cargill's Chambly employees provide a range of support to organizations such as the United Way, various breast cancer charities, local food banks and other local organizations.
Community involvement: Cargill’s Fresno team supports its community through Habitat for Humanity and children’s charitable organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, United Way and Ronald McDonald House.
Community involvement: The Cargill Grind facility team in Fresno donates time and services to a variety of organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, United Way, Ronald McDonald House, Coats for Kids and Habitat for Humanity.
Community involvement: Fort Morgan employees support the United Way, Relay for Life and feed the needy by donating beef to Caring Ministries. The facility also captures renewable methane gas to save $1 million in gas consumption each year.
Community involvement: Dodge City employees provide volunteer time and monetary donations to organizations such as United Way, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Youthville, YMCA, AMBUCS and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
Community involvement: The Friona Cargill facility donates efforts and resources to local churches, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, along with cancer and disease awareness and prevention charities.
Community involvement: This facility takes an active role in the Ronald McDonald House, and has created its own Cargill Cares council to focus resources across the plant toward helping and giving back to the community.
Cargill’s Schuyler location provides integrated support to the community and local schools through participation in Chamber of Commerce activities, Youth Club sports, Senior Center events and more.
Community involvement: Marshall employees support the United Way, Relay for Life and Community Cancer Center, while also initiating a "Green Team" to promote on-site and at-home preservation of natural resources.
Community involvement: The Milwaukee team shows its community support through donations of volunteer hours, product and dollars to deserving local organizations such as United Way, Habitat for Humanity and Toys for Tots.
Community involvement: Butler employees take part in charitable food programs such as Feeding America and community cookout events, while also supporting National Night Out, cancer-prevention charities and Earth Day.
Community involvement: Cargill in Newnan proudly supports the United Way through donations of time and resources, while the facility's "Green Team" helps protect and preserve natural resources through on-site and community-based projects.
Community involvement: The Cargill Columbus team supports its community by participating in United Way, Habitat for Humanity, American Heart Association and Relay for Life Cancer Walk programs, and providing mentoring for children.
Community involvement: Hazleton employees provide ongoing support and involvement to the United Way and 34 other non-profit organizations. This facility proudly participates in Earth Day events and activities, and operates a produce stand for employees.
Community involvement: As the largest local United Way supporter, Cargill Wyalusing has pledged more than $100,000 annually since 2008 and continues to support Big Brothers Big Sisters and participate in the Fireman’s Carnival and other local events.