HUMANUSGLOBAL FOOD INITIATIVES
Humanus is poised to implement cutting edge technologies in vertical farming and aquaponics. Coupled with the bio enzyme and the inroads made by Triple Sky, Humanus will dominate the current food production market in time with the advanced methodologies of crop production.
With chemical pollution, a deteriorating environment, seriously distressing changes in weather patterns, changing water and moisture patterns, reductions in the food supply and worse today, the greatest number of Americans ever who now depend upon food stamps to feed themselves, new production techniques, new systems and approaches are going to have to be used in order to feed the masses now before us.
Time is no longer our friend and the seriousness of the situation now requires quite a serious response back.
Humanus has assembled a dynamic group of people, who in the area of Aquaponic food production, renewable energy, construction and development and financial management, are now looking to take nearly eleven years worth of practical, developmental and scientific work, onto the vast stage of commercial food production worldwide.
The Company’s Department Head is published in over 20 countries and is probably the world’s leading specialist and proponent in the area of Aquaponics.
Humanus has identified and will assemble a portfolio of properties in various global locations which would become upgraded to Humanus standards and whereby both carbohydrates (herbs, vegetables, tomatoes, specialty roots and macrobiotic plants) as well as proteins (fish) are raised in harmony with the best systems available.
Humanus has embarked upon the acquisition, equipping and stocking of a series of California and Canadian properties which are either growing flowers or which are not producing the proper food stuffs in order to be turning a good profit.
The Company will introduce its food production techniques over a small series of four to ten properties. The properties identified are somewhat contiguous and will allow for a common management structure without presenting long distance or logistical problems. For the purposes of Banking continuity, USDA Loan Guarantees, taxes and other financial considerations, the properties will each be operating under its own separate LLC in California.
The companies will be jointly managed and overseen by Humanus, as Humanus will introduce its know-how and technologies to create a variety of “super greenhouses” which will outperform virtually all greenhouses from a profitability standpoint.
Past successes show that a commercial facility will capitalize itself within a year to fourteen months. Profit margins are north of 50% and combined sales are figured to be just above sixty-five dollars a foot, including all carbohydrates and protein sales together. Specialty crops will most certainly push those numbers higher, and once solidly established other exotic crops will be entertained for even higher sales overall.
From there, the properties will upgraded to real, more traditional greenhouse facilities where glass structures are erected and where, what most others would consider ‘ground-cover’ is replaced with much more modern and effective types of building. Activities will include disassembly, erecting new and all-glass greenhouses with heating, cooling and temperature controls and monitoring, plumbing and water generation:
Protein production is really fish production and how best to run up the weights and density of the fish production, which people will one day come to rely upon as a stable source of protein. Environmental considerations are also important pertaining to the resource allocation.
Fish as a protein, requires but a small fraction of the resources needed to raise chicken, for example. From a resource usage standpoint, fish so outperform chicken that it’s not even a fair comparison.
Switching to beef becomes even more ridiculous in the gulf of difference between the two. Fish production infrastructure will have to be erected along with a hatchery and stocking program which will require strong financial support.
While the above production summary is limited to basic commercial crops, Humanus is fully capable of being able to produce quite a wide variety foods, value-add products and naturally processed food opportunities which Humanustechnologies and future facilities will all be able to be produced there.
In North America the standard tastes for vegetables and/or carbohydrates run to: tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, basil, colored peppers, asparagus, and a variety of fresh spices and greens including basil, rosemary and oregano. Humanus has also come to discover that they can in fact produce more exotic crops, for even higher than normal revenues, some triple, for things such as: hops (for beer), ginseng, chicory, wasabi and ginger. Seafood varieties to include: Tilapia, Cat fish, Sea Bass, Trout, Atlantic salmon, Salmon, Coy and Shrimp. Value added opportunities still exist in smoked fish, Pesto sauces, tomato sauces, pre-made salad bags and pre-selected vegetable bags, just to name a few.
It also needs mentioning that the seafood or protein production is going to be phenomenal as well. With the five, 7.5 million sq. ft. facilities described, each production facility will produce approximately 75,000 MT of seafood per year, where West Coast Pacific Foods (a Humanus division) can process the seafood for further distribution in general and specialized markets.