Carpisa Foods enters the Spanish fresh meat market


An investment of €2 million was made to create a new area of production in the company's plant near Madrid.

Posted on May 07 ,11:45

Carpisa Foods enters the Spanish fresh meat market

Carpisa Foods, a Spanish company specialized in processing beef, wants to enter the Spanish fresh meat market with an investment of €2 million made in a processing area in its plant near Madrid.
This new space is intended to produce fresh and artisan hamburgers and snacks for the hospitality and foodservice channel, which they hope to reach this May.

"We had been wanting to bet on fresh food for some time since it allows us to diversify our business by providing new solutions to the hoteliers and the foodservice channel," says Luis Fernandes, commercial director of Carpisa Foods, quoted by the Carnica magazine. This new business area, says Fernandes, represents for Carpisa "an opportunity to reach new customers or partners and expand knowledge of the activity we carry out".

This new service was something that, according to the commercial director of Carpisa Foods, their customers demanded. "Many of our clients demanded a greater variety of fresh products from a leading meat company and at Carpisa Foods we have the most important thing, the raw material and the production capacity."
The company has 35 years of experience in the meat sector and complies with the most demanding national and international standards for the certification of its products, obtaining the highest level of excellence in the BRC and IFS certifications with the qualification Level A and Higher Level, respectively.


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