New Global Energy Receives USDA National Organic Program Certification Along with its California Organic Registration Certificate
THERMAL, California, November 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
New Global Energy, Inc. (OTCQB: NGEY) (http://www.newglobalenergy.net & http://www.aquafarmingtech.com), focused on sustainable Aquaculture, Agriculture, and Health & Wellness, including tilapia farming, shrimp farming, moringa farming and feed formulation, announced today that it has received through its subsidiary, Aqua Farming Tech, Inc., the United States Department of Agriculture's National Organic Program certification and in addition has received the Certificate of Organic Registration issued by the California Department of Food and Agriculture State Organic Program for portions of its California farms.
The USDA-NOP certification is based on the requirements set forth by the USDA's National Organic Program (NOP). The California Certificate of Registration indicates that the California Department of Food and Agriculture has determined that Aqua Farming Tech, Inc. has met the requirements for Organic Registration and is registered with the CDFA State Organic Program.
"We are pleased to have achieved these certifications on our Coachella Valley farms. It is a significant step in our entry into the health and wellness and premium food markets." said Chief Executive Officer Perry D. West.
About New Global Energy, Inc.
New Global Energy, Inc. (http://www.newglobalenergy.net ) is a public company focused on acquiring high-growth firms, assets and properties in the Aqua-Farming, Agriculture, and Health & Wellness industries. The trading symbol is NGEY traded on the OTCQB. New Global Energy seeks to create sustainable projects and protect the environment.
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Charlotte Luer, Director of Investor Relations
SOURCE New Global Energy, Inc.
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