SAN DIEGO, Aug. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — ProGreen US, Inc. (ProGreen) (OTCQB:PGUS), is pleased to announce that red chili peppers from the ProGreen Farms™ operation in Baja California are now being delivered to Huy Fong Foods, Inc., maker of the original Sriracha chili sauce, in Irwindale, California.

ProGreen Farms™ Rancho Arenoso: – 2,500 acres added, with over 1,000 acres farmable virgin soil to expand farming, close proximity to U.S. market – peppers, asparagus, onions, garlic and more [Commercial produce buyer inquiries:]. Future plans include farm and ranch operations for local consumption and sustainability; land not farmed will support eco-friendly tourism and country living with cabins, ranch housing and rental/tour/travel office.

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“The first truckload of just over 20 tons was delivered on August 9,” said Jan Telander, Chairman and CEO of ProGreen, “and we’re on pace for five truckloads or more, valued at roughly $10,000 (USD) per truck, to be delivered weekly and continuing through the fall.”

The Company’s U.S. distribution subsidiary, ProGreen Farms US, LLC, imports produce from the Rancho Arenoso farm, located near El Rosario, Baja California, Mexico. ProGreen Farms™ Rancho Arenoso is growing chili peppers on the approximate 100 acres currently being farmed, and has plans for diversifying the operation with other types of produce for U.S. buyers as it expands onto the nearby 2,500 acres that ProGreen’s Mexican subsidiary, Procon Baja JV, just acquired in June.

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Separately, WQS Group (World Quality Service, or WQS, LLC) representatives visited the farm on August 1 & 2 to perform an independent third party audit to certify the operation, and Rancho Arenoso received a preliminary audit score of 98% for the PrimusGFS certification for Food Safety Management System and Good Agricultural Practices requirements. For more details, visit the ProGreen agriculture page:


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