OPES.Green is a green initiative project building against the OPESLayer to bring transparency and accountability to the organic food production process from farm to table. OPES.Green is on a mission to verifies each step in the crop production process from planting, to fertilizing, to natural pesticide application, to harvesting, packaging, and the distribution supply chain. On a mission to verify each step in the process is recorded and verified with time, date, and geolocation as well as a secondary means of verification.


John Langdon, CEO, OPES.Green

“OPES.Green brings validation to the story of high quality food items, using a unique QR code on produce packaging to show the farming practices and inputs that went into the creation of their food.”



$45 Billion

The size of the U.S. organic food market was $45 billion USD in 2017. 

The U.S. organic food market is a massive and growing market. The organic food market is experiencing increased demand from consumers focused on health and wellness as a lifestyle.


Organic food grew 581% faster than the total food market in 2017.

The organic food market is growing substantially faster than the overall food market on a year over year basis. The scale and size of the market is creating exciting opportunities as well as growing pains and bad actors in the supply chain.


40 Percent of food tested with prohibited pesticides.

According to two USDA studies, 40 percent of food tested positive for prohibited pesticides. New reports surface daily highlighting fraud in the industry.

Feeling more confident in your food in now possible

In an ever-changing world, most of us seek to know the story of where our food came from and how it was produced. In addition to knowing the truth about our food sources, the trend to find and believe in local products is dramatically increasing world wide. The 2020 global pandemic will bring a new level of interest in knowing details and feeling confident about how local and how their food was produced.

What is the Blockchain?

Originally developed as the accounting method for the virtual currency Bitcoin, blockchains, which use what’s known as distributed ledger technology, are appearing in a variety of commercial applications today. Currently, the technology is primarily used to verify transactions within digital currencies, though it is possible to digitize, code, and insert practically any document into the blockchain. Doing so creates an immutable record that cannot be changed; furthermore, the record’s authenticity can be verified by the entire community using the blockchain instead of a single centralized authority.

OPES Green is using the OPES Layer to advance the world we live in.



Whether you are a farmer, an organic certifier, a processor, a packager, a food brand, a retailer, or a concerned customer,
we need your support to improve the world’s food supply.