Spain: Organic eggs are launched on the market using blockchain technology


The Spanish company, Alcampo, has launched a new product that uses the technology  blockchain . These are organic eggs that are marketed under its brand “Cultivamos lo Bueno” (formerly known as Alcampo Producción Controlada) and are supplied by its supplier Casa Garzea.


According to the  official statement ; By scanning the code present on the cartons of 6 and 10 eggs, consumers can access specific information for each production batch.


Among the most important data are the farm of origin, the place of storage, the date of collection, the date of packaging and the number of units in the lot. It also shows a counter that represents the amount of plastic that has been avoided since May, when the first tests of  blockchain .


The Spanish food industry continues to bet on  blockchain

This is the second product that this Spanish company incorporates with technology  blockchain  on your shelves. The first were free-range eggs, also from the Cultivamos lo Bueno brand. Alcampo already offered organic eggs in its stores for years.


In addition to implementing the technology  blockchain , the Spanish company has renewed the product line, unifying the calibres so that they are all L-size and expanding the sales formats. Which now include half dozens and full dozens.


Cultivamos lo Bueno organic eggs come from hens fed organic products that make up at least 80% of their diet, which may include vegetables, herbs, cereals, corn and organic feed.


Cultivamos lo Bueno is the new name that replaces Alcampo Producción Controlada and includes products that recover the flavors and aromas of yesteryear, always offering superior quality and traceability, as well as clear added value in social and environmental terms. In total, the brand has more than 250 products, of which 60 are organic.


Alcampo is a chain that combines hypermarket and supermarket formats. After acquiring Grupo DIA stores, Alcampo has 539 establishments, including 80 hypermarkets and small hypermarkets, and 459 supermarkets (131 of them operated under franchise).


In addition, it owns 53 gas stations, an online commerce service and has a workforce of more than 23,000 employees. Now, the company seeks to compete in the Spanish food industry through the use of  blockchain .


Employing technology  blockchain  to reduce carbon footprint

Alcampo declares that it has set itself the goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2043 in terms of direct emissions (Scope 1 and 2). The company has established emission reduction goals aligned with the objective of limiting the increase in global temperature to a maximum of 1.5 °C. In line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.


The technology  blockchain  is playing a significant role in reducing carbon emissions in food products. The use of technology  blockchain  in the food industry is not exclusive to  Spain  and it is  spreading throughout the world . Largely in part thanks to its ability to improve traceability and transparency in supply chains.


Through the use of technology  blockchain , it is possible to trace and verify each stage of the food production and distribution process. That is, from the farm to the final consumer. This allows consumers to access detailed information about the origin of the products, the production methods used and the associated environmental impacts.


By providing this information in a transparent and reliable manner, the technology  blockchain  helps consumers make informed decisions. At the same time, it gives them the option of choosing food products with a lower carbon footprint. They can opt for food that is produced sustainably, with environmentally friendly farming practices and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

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