Inca Worldwide (QEDN) receives its first shipment of Sacha Inchi in its new facility in Turbo to pro
The new facility in Turbo is located next to the port of Uraba. The same port used to ship bananas worldwide. The new facility will allow us to process Sacha Inchi reducing our cost of labor and also ship our product worldwide. The market in Colombia is also very big and we expect to start generating revenue for this quarter selling in Colombia and worldwide. Kate Bahnsen the CEO states: “This is a huge step for us being able to have our own facility will allows us to bring product to the market and be competitive. With China coming into the market with 700,000 hectares to produce only Omega 3,6,9. We know that China doesn’t have the process to bring the seed of Sacha Inchi to the taste we have, our very fertile land and our weather. It is also important to know that Colombia’s climate is perfect for Sacha growth and harvesting.”
About Inca Worldwide
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.
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