It’s no secret that some of the smartest investors in the world are betting on the development of highly efficient methods of growing food in smaller places. People like George Soros, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates have all added farmland to their portfolios.
Here’s what they know. The world’s population is increasing exponentially while our farmland is rapidly disappearing. The result will be a dramatic increase in the cost of food. However, there are methods of farming that can help feed a hungry planet while generating profit for forward-thinking investors. Farmland is like Gold with a coupon.
Often called the “Miracle Tree,” Moringa gets its reputation from the vast range of nutritional and medicinal properties it contains. Many hail the Moringa tree as a super food, a tool for the fight against world hunger, because virtually every part of the Moringa, from its leaves to its bark and root, can be harvested for human use.
NGE has already planted 8,000 Moringa trees on its sustainable farm in Thermal, CA and is preparing to plant another 46,000 at the Mecca, CA farm.
New Global Energy has launched the Fish & Farm Report, a bi-monthly publication available exclusively on this website. In the inaugural issue and in future issues, the company plans to track global trends and introduce discoveries in the areas of sustainable seafood, agriculture and consumer health.
“At New Global Energy, our intention is to increase awareness of the importance of sustainable fish farming that results in high-quality, ‘certified and approved’ seafood,” says company CEO Perry D. West.