Inca Worldwide (QEDN) announces it has received it Halal certification for Inchi Seeds (Sacha Inchi). Kate Bahnsen, CEO, comments, " Receiving the Halal certification is a huge step for us. The global consumer base of Muslim communities is about 1.9 billion people across 112 countries, the Halal market is estimated to be worth trillions of US Dollars. Our products, being so high in protein and Omegas, allow people with dietary restrictions, whether religious or health related can be an essential part of their diet. “
To read more about the Halal certification please visit http://halalcertification.ie/halal/halal-market-size/
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About Inca Worldwide
Inca 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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