• Kate Bahnsen

Inca Worldwide secure enough equipment and expertise to fulfill all future production

Dear Shareholders, Followers and Consumers

We are pleased to announce we have finish an agreement with California Special Food to process all our Inca Seeds (roasted Sacha Inchi). The agreement includes the design and manufacture all our equipment in Hollister before set up a full facility in Colombia capable of handling our high demand. We are very confident we will be able to transform all our production in Colombia by the end of 2017 reducing our cost by at least 35% compare to the cost of manufacturing the same product in California.

California Special Food have more than 40 years of experience in transformation of Seeds and nuts. They are experts in Chocolate covers seeds and nuts and value added company. They specialize in made to order product. They are USDA Organic, Kosher third party certified.

Thank you for your support

Kate Bahnsen

CEO of Inca Worldwide (QEDN)

March 10, 2017

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