ProGreen releases ProGreen Farms™ expansion plan for 2018-2019

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SAN DIEGO, Dec. 18, 2017 — ProGreen US, Inc. (ProGreen), (OTCQB:PGUS), www.ProGreenUS.com, Twitter @ProGreenUS., www.CieloMarBaja.com announces the following:
On Friday, December 8, 2017, ProGreen announced the agreement for the supply of chili peppers to Huy Fong Foods in California for 2018. ProGreen Farms US, LLC is committed to a minimum delivery of chili peppers representing $1,200,000. However, as the demand is virtually unlimited, ProGreen Farms US, LLC is setting new goals of considerably higher sales for 2018 and 2019.We believe we can reach $5,000,000 in sales for ProGreen Farms US, LLC in 2018. It is important to note that the expansion will be dependent on obtaining financing to fund the considerable investment needed, though we believe that we are now in a much better position for financing than ever before.With clearing and preparation of more land within the existing Arenoso Farm, we expect to produce closer to $2,500,000 in farming revenues for the coming year.We also have an opportunity to acquire land adjacent to the Arenoso farm, which would increase the total area  from 300  to 1,050 acres. However, any new farming land will be acquired by Procon Baja JV, with farmable tracts leased to Contel. This will result in the asset being held by ProGreen’s subsidiary, enabling it to be rolled over to the company’s balance sheet.We see the opportunity to incorporate a further 125 acres for farming in 2018 from this additional land. If acquired, it will require drilling of more wells to obtain the necessary water needed for further irrigation.With this expansion, revenues are expected to reach closer to $5,000,000 in 2018, with a 50% further increase possible for 2019.In addition for these expansion plans, we would also build our own packing plant at Arenoso, to pack the chilis directly at the farm, to be loaded on trucks for direct delivery to Huy Fong in California. This would save costs and simplify the logistics connected with such an expansion.“Setting our goal to become the No. 1 supplier to Huy Fong, will no doubt demand very fast expansion to get ahead of the competition, but we do have the advantage of access to good land in a virgin farm area,” says Jan Telander.Websites: www.ProGreenUS.comwww.CieloMarBaja.comFollow us on social media:https://www.facebook.com/ProGreenFarms/https://www.facebook.com/cielomarbajacamx/https://twitter.com/ProGreenUShttp://www.progreenus.com/blogAbout ProGreenUS, Inc.ProGreenUS, Inc., www.ProGreenUS.com, based in San Diego, California, is engaged primarily with investments in agricultural and real estate projects in Baja California, Mexico, both through its joint venture partnership with Inmobiliaria Contel S.R.L.C.V. (Contel) as well as through its majority-owned Mexican subsidiary Procon Baja JV (Procon). Contel is now active in the high margin produce industry, growing crops for exporters to the US market, with an abundance of land available for expansion under our JV partnership. Procon has recently acquired 5,000 acres of land with 4.5 miles of oceanfront on the Bay of El Rosario, for which a master plan is being drawn for the development of a very large, totally green, international vacation and retirement community called “Cielo Mar.”  This press release might contain information, which may constitute 'forward-looking statements' within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. 'Forward-looking statements' are based upon expectations, estimates and projections at the time the statements are made that involve a number of risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated.CONTACT INFORMATIONProGreenUS, Inc.Jan Telander, CEO[email protected]Phone (US): +1 (248) 805-3652Phone (MX): +521 (646) 141-8600

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