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Genesis Electronics Group Inc. (OTC-Pink: GEGI) Test of Gomez Plata Processing Plant

Genesis Electronics Group Inc. (OTC-Pink: GEGI), sister company of Inca Worldwide (QED-Connect; OTC-Pink: QEDN), is set to conduct the first test run of ore at the Gomez Plata project. The hard-rock extraction has provided a recovery of ore of over 87%. We are in process to provide recovery of over 90%. After our initial test, the gold will be extracted first, and then the silver. Our business plant will focus on extraction with high recovery of gold and silver. The horizontal tunneling development continues to advance, providing ore for the plant.

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About Cacique Mining

The Gomez Plata project is a gallery project. Cacique Mining Inc. and Green Mine Solutions has entered into an agreement with Inca Worldwide to grow Sacha Inchi on the land above the mine.

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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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