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Current Opportunities to Invest in Agriculture

Aug 6, 2020 | Newsletter, Opportunities

With the current global economy in turmoil, so much uncertainty about COVID, if/when we will get back to “normal”, more and more people are looking for “safe havens” for their hard-earned savings and retirement accounts.

This has led to an increase in inquiries about our slow and steady farmland and food-based Offerings.

People have not stopped drinking coffee or eating chocolate in lockdown.

In many markets, sales have actually increased!

So, we are pleased to be in a position to make investing in these 2 x $100 Billion industries accessible and available to the average working man and woman on Mainstreet.

We have structured our current Offerings with an entry level that makes them affordable, and in a way that makes them available to both Accredited and Non-Accredited investors alike.

Whether you are drawn to Panama and the world of Specialty Coffee or Belize and Fine-Flavor Chocolate, or both. Whether you prefer to own real estate directly or prefer the Private Placement model, we trust you will find an Offering that meets your specific needs, goals and objectives as an investor.

#1 PEINI CACAO PLANTATION, LLC

Our latest Cacao/Chocolate Offering is structured as a 506c Private Placement and is available to Accredited Investors only.

We took all the best features and benefits from the original deeded cacao farm model in Belize, reduced the fixed overhead costs by eliminating a “bricks and mortar” store to focus on online sales and working with established distributors. It’s our “streamlined 2020” approach!

This is a similar approach as that being adopted by Starbucks and other major retailers world-wide, in response to the economic shutdowns and the way people now shop.

Included in the Offering are 2 new cacao farms in Belize, which were planted over a year ago, totaling over 60 acres of fertile farmland.

The cacao beans will be fermented and dried in Belize, using infrastructure already in-place and operational, and then be sent here, to Panama, where we will make and distribute chocolate bars, just as we do currently in Belize.

In Panama we have the Panama Canal and access to all the global logistics and infrastructure that comes with it. It’s a USD economy and we have access to 90+ international banks. All of which makes doing business easier.

Panama has a population of 4 million people and, in 2019 saw 18 million people pass through the international airport. That’s a lot of potential coffee and chocolate customers!

A new, full range of chocolate bars and other chocolate products will be processed in our brand-new chocolate factory in Boquete.

And, as I write this on August 5th, 2020, our brand-new line of state-of-the-art chocolate making equipment has just arrived and is being unloaded!

As well as using our own Belizean beans, we are already sourcing locally produced cacao beans from Panamanian cacao farmers so that we can provide a “full Panamanian” bar for the local market and to provide a channel to market for local subsistence farmers to sell their cacao.

As we did in Belize, we will also be implementing training programs and introducing the “art of cacao science” to improve the quality and consistency of Panamanian cacao.

Interested in participating?

Units are $10,000 each with a minimum investment of $30,000 and an average annual return of 15%.

Keep your eyes peeled for tomorrows update about the limited availability of coffee farm parcels in Boquete, Panama!

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