INCA WORLDWIDE (QEDN), has received the full support of the Choco Government, and its Governor, Jhoany Palacias. The Choco government has been instrumental in the process, and by a court order from the Superior Court in Colombia the communities and the company will receive all the funding for the project and financing in place for the farmers and production. Not only for the current 5,700 acres already in progress but for an even bigger area in the region. We have another group of 5,000 acres in the region that is being approved by the Banco Agrario now. Kate Bahnsen, CEO, states, “This is a huge day for the company and Choco. Working together with the Governor of Choco will allow us to ask for a sovereign guarantee from the government of Colombia, beside all the funding we are working with the Banco Agrario.”

About Inca Worldwide

Inca Snacks Worldwide is a public listed company on the OTC under the symbol QEDN. Our project offers an alternative to Farmers in Colombia to grow crops like Inca Seeds (Sacha Inchi) instead of Coca Plants. Our Inca Seeds (Roasted Sacha Inchi) a complete protein with all 9-essential amino-acids rich in Omega 3, 6 & 9 and an antioxidant. A real Super-food. Sold to private brands and our own brand Inca Snacks.

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