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    Dog Haus Commits to 100 Percent All-Natural Beef

  • Industry News March 21, 2017

    Dog Haus, the celebrated gourmet hot dog, sausage, and burger concept, announce a companywide promise to serve 100 percent all natural, humanely raised, hormone-and-antibiotic-free, never-ever Creekstone Farms Natural Premium Black Angus beef to its burger loving guests.

    While Dog Haus is known for its hand crafted hot dogs and sausages, its premium sliders and burgers are its secret weapon. Garnering critical acclaim and local love for their burgers as the five-time winner of the Pasadena Cheeseburger Week Challenge, the culinary vision Dog Haus has always been driven by one common goal: find the best and serve the best. In this case, Dog Haus means better beef.

    Dog Haus has reinforced its long-standing commitment to quality by only serving burgers made from humanely raised beef. Headquartered in Pasadena, California (home of the cheeseburger), Dog Haus’ new premium beef is from one of the few branded Natural Black Angus programs certified by the USDA: Creekstone Farms.

    “When we first tried the Creekstone Farms beef, we all agreed on the superior quality and taste. It was only a matter of time until we figured out how to bring it to our restaurants,” says Hagop Giragossian, partner of Dog Haus. Not only is the beef better in flavor, it’s also easier on labor. “Due to the quality and purity of the meat, our burgers and sliders actually cook one and a half minutes faster,” says Giragossian. By saving time and adding flavor, Dog Haus raises the bar among burger competitors, ensuring that the beef that lands on its signature grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls is by cattle raised on small family-owned farms. From the handling systems to stock sources and processing plants, “humanely-raised” means that cattle are treated with the utmost care during their lifespan.

    “We only source the best cattle because when you source the best cattle, you get the best beef and by focusing on this phenomenal product we are able to offer a more enjoyable, higher quality and premium burger,” says Darren Guard, regional sales manager of Creekstone Farms.  As one of the only facilities designed and built from start-to-finish by animal rights champion Dr. Temple Grandin, Creekstone has a long-standing commitment to hand pick the very best cattle in the market. While many other meat suppliers tend to mix lower quality grades of beef to render what is known as a “batched” burger, Creekstone Farms strictly uses all Natural Premium Black Angus, allowing Dog Haus diners to be treated to an uncompromised ultra-premium quality burger unrivaled by other burger chain competitors.

    Increasing the traceability and the quality of the meat supplied, Dog Haus and its consumers have become part of the ever-growing movement of diners who care how farm animals are raised. Of the company’s hopes to provide responsibly sourced and harvested all-natural pork and chicken to its loyal guests, Giragossian says, “Our goal is to eventually move all our proteins to hormone-free and antibiotic-free products.”

    Raised and grazed in the USA, this natural Black Angus beef is coming straight from Kansas to a Dog Haus near you. Dog Haus signature burgers can be enjoyed at locations nationwide.

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