USDA approval, Invima approval and Brand Names Register

January 7, 2019

Dear Shareholders, Consumers and Followers

We are please to announce the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) has allowed Sacha Inchi products for consumption from Inca Worldwide (OTC-QEDN) to enter the US. All seeds need to be inspected by the USDA, the customs and boarder protection, Agriculture Quarantine Inspection (CBP-AQI) or Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ). Without this approval Sacha Inchi seeds will be burn at the US border. Request number P587-150717-008. This approval has been accepted by the Instituto Colombiano Agriopequario ICA allowing Sacha Inchi to leave Colombia. We also got our permit from the Anti-narcotic Police in Colombia. 

Our Invima certification PSA-001247-2017 for our Sacha Inchi powder with the Brands

SACHA POWDER, SACHAHARINA, SEMILLA DE LA PAZ, HARINA DE SACHA INCHI, HARINA SAINCHI, HARINA DE SACHA, HARINA EL INDIO and our Invima certification PSA-001262-2017 for our Sacha Inchi snacks with the Brands; SNACKS SAINCHIS, SEMILLAS DE LA PAZ, SEMILLAS TOSTADAS, SNACKS SACHA INCHI has also been approved.

The Invima certification is the equivalent to the FDA in the United States. Food & Drug License To Sell & Ship To Stores in the USA but we also needed the USDA approval to ship to the USA.

Now all our products can leave Colombia and enter the USA with all required permits from Colombia and the USA.

We invite all shareholders, consumers and followers to email us at katebahnsen@incaworldwide.com with names suggestions for all our products:

1- Snacks

2- Powder

3- Milk

4- Pet food

5- Tea

Thank you for your support

Kate Bahnsen

CEO of Inca Worldwide (QEDN-Connect)

Rep legal GMS

 

 

http://consultaregistro.invima.gov.co:8082/Consultas/consultas/consreg_encabcum.jsp

 

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