Inca Worldwide (OTC-Pink:QEDN) Completes Testing on Chickens
September 20, 2017
Inca Worldwide Inc. announces it has completed its first test of it protein on chickens. The first results of the test was on farming chickens and it was found to increase production of eggs 33%. The company will be testing the individual eggs to determine the increase in Omega 3,6,and 9. Kate Bahnsen states:” Having a proprietary facility and processing our product in Turbo Antioquia will help to reduce cost and turn around our product in 1 days instead of 45 days. We have reduced our cost, and the Sacha Inchi that doesn’t meet the standard for human consumption we can utilize for animal consumption. We intend to utilize the entire shell, and the seed, leaving us with very little waste. We have found Sacha Inchi to be one of the most versatile foods products ever to be sold.”
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