World Food Association Organization Buys Rice Farms in Asia

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World Food is branching into the rice industry. Mr. Henry Ford is directing the farm conglomerate into this new arena. The rice industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that World Food is poised to do substantial business in. The corporation has received a substantial cash infusion from Zercom Holding a private hedge fund based in Switzerland. They have huge tracts of land under contract in Thailand. They will begin distribution in 6 months.

Henry Ford says, "The Rice Industry has enormous potential in consumption and biofuels technology."

World Food Association Organization announces the new rice farm initiative. The new rice farm initiative is being handled by Mr. Henry Ford. World Food has begun to purchase huge tracts of pre-existing rice farms in Thailand. These farms are self-sustaining and produce more than 20 different strands of rice. The farms are operated by local villagers.

This opportunity comes at a time where the shift in global commodities production is happening globally. The ownership of these farms and production sites is shifting as well. Mr. Ford commented, “World Food has noticed that the investors from China and Russia seem to have an insatiable appetite for food control.” As the global economy weakens and the population continues to abound, most government leaders are more apt to procure ownership stakes in produces and livestock of all kinds.

World Food is a Brazilian based corporation with offices in Africa, The Middle East and one satellite office in Palm Beach Florida. The staff of World Food is motivated by a sincere desire to further global equality on all levels. The founder is Mr. Henry Ford.

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