Food, Thailand

CP Foods gets low-carbon certification for cage free eggs and fresh eggs in Thailand

Encouraging the use of renewable energy in its system of food production

Twenty-three categories of fresh egg product of Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company (or CP Foods) have been certified the “Carbon Footprint Reduction Label” or “Global Warming Reduction Label” from Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organisation or TGO for its efforts in mitigating carbon greenhouse gas emissions in the production.

These carbon reduction products demonstrate the company’s commitment to achieving its Net-Zero emission goal by 2050 and strive to offers consumers choices of environmentally friendly food products. 

This certification recognises the company’s consistent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions across its value chain and its products have been verified in accordance with TGO-eligible reduction criteria to broaden Thai consumer choices of low-carbon eggs. These 23 categories of egg products including cage free egg, become the first egg products certified “global warming reduction” label in Thailand. 

Egg products of CP Foods are from layer hens raised in the closed housed equipped with world class technology, smart and automation system. The egg packaging made from 100 percent of recycled paper meanwhile PET plastic packaging use 80 percent recycled plastic in the layer that is not in direct contact with eggs.  

Up to now, over 800 CP Foods’ food products, including fresh pork, chicken, shrimp, and animal feed, are certified with Carbon Footprint Label and 50 products are earned the global warming reduction label from TGO.  

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