TURBO ANTIOQUIA, Colombia, Oct. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Inca Worldwide (OTC-Pink:QEDN) announces: that it finished all the requirements to submit the application to INVIMA the entity in Colombia that approves food products. www.invima.gov.co
Our product will get a temporary permit that will allow us to export to the USA.
This is the last step needed to start exporting to the USA and start fulfilling the orders of several companies like Twin Labs and other USA companies. We will also start selling product in Colombia.
The company started the process to purchase land to build a mega warehouse and to be the first company inside the duty-free zone PISISI. www.puertopisisi.com
In our projections we estimate to ship 1 to 5 containers per day of finish Sacha Inchi product, therefore we need to be inside a duty free zone. PISISI is the best choice since it is less than 10 minutes from our current location. PISISI has all the environmental permits and will start construction end of 2017 and it is schedule to be in operation end of 2018.
Kate Bahnsen, CEO, states, “We are thrilled to complete this process, and roll out product. We can now fulfill orders and ramp up production. We also have found land inside the duty-free zone PISISI to build a mega-warehouse to produce and ship our product worldwide.”
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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