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Piggy Back on 10 Years of Growth and Development

In June of 2014, almost 10 years ago now, we decided to acquire underperforming coffee farms in the world-famous coffee-growing region of Boquete, Panama, and turn them around into well-run, high-end specialty farms. Boquete was producing some of the best and most expensive coffee in the world, but this was only done by a handful of families.  Most of the
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Ensuring Agricultural Success Amidst Global Challenges: The Role of Competent Management

As we all are very well aware, the world seems to be being tossed upside down. The macroeconomic effects of wars, terrorism attacks, supply line disruptions and other upheavals are stressful enough. Now add to that the ongoing battle with Mother Nature and the weather. And now we seem to be developing the “perfect storm” with floods, droughts, massive forest
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The Hidden Gem of Investing: Fractional Ownership of Farmland for High-Demand, Low-Supply Crops

Investing in real estate has always been a pillar of long-term wealth building, but there’s a lesser-known segment of this market that offers unique opportunities for significant returns: fractional ownership of farmland. Particularly, farmland that produces high-demand, low-supply crops. This investment strategy, favored by the top 1%, focuses on long-term views and generational wealth creation. In this article, we delve
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7 Compelling Reasons to Invest in Sustainable Agriculture

In recent years, sustainable agriculture has emerged as a beacon of hope in addressing various global challenges, from food security to environmental degradation. With the world's population steadily increasing and resources dwindling, the need for sustainable agricultural practices has never been more urgent. Investing in sustainable agriculture not only reaps financial returns but also contributes to a healthier planet and
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Last Chance To Own Specialty Coffee And Cacao Farmland

June 2024 will mark our 10-year anniversary! Ten years since we decided to raise investor capital to acquire underperforming coffee farms and turn them into high-end specialty coffee farms. We had a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) of reaching 150 hectares of coffee farmland in our portfolio, which we reached in year 9. A total of 155 hectares (380 acres)
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Where does chocolate come from?

The global chocolate market is expected to grow to roughly $161 Billion, by 2024. Yet, most people have no idea where chocolate comes from! Did you know it grows on trees? Our Team has created some pretty cool videos to explain the entire "seed to bean to bar" process. Now that you understand the process after watching the video, how
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Understanding Peini Cacao - Processing and Factory Facilities

The processing of the cacao beans takes place in Belize. Each tree is individually managed and the beans from each tree are harvested, then fermented and dried, utilizing a 3-tier system with passive solar drying.  They are then hand sorted and classified by the team of professionals in Belize, who will then proceed to store and make the cacao ready for
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Understanding Peini Cacao - Where are the CACAO farms located?

Dear Investor, The cacao farms for this offering are located in Toledo, Belize, in the southern part of the country.  Belize is a Caribbean country located on the northeastern coast of Central America, with a population of an estimated 420,000 people. It is the only Central American country where English is the official language and its economy is based primarily on agriculture. Cacao farming has been
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Understanding Peini Cacao - How is it structured?

Dear Investor, Peini Cacao Plantation, LLC is a Private Placement offering in specialty agriculture, specializing in cacao, where qualified investors acquire a stake in a chocolate producing enterprise and retain ownership throughout their lifetime. It is an offering of three million dollars (now 70% funded) with a projected average annual return of 15%. The minimum investment is $30,000. The operation
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2020 What did You Learn?

As all of our readers are well aware there was a major, unforeseen crisis this year, the likes of which we have never experienced before. A pandemic decimated the global economy and changed the way we live, travel and work, maybe forever! It’s safe to say the proverbial s**t hit the fan in 2020, and during times like these people
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