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THERMAL, California, January 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —

New Global Energy, Inc. (OTCQB: NGEY) (“the Company”), a public company focused on Aqua-Farming, Agriculture, and Health & Wellness, is featured in SmallCap Network. The article, authored by Reporter Bryan Murphy, reports on why “New Global Energy is On the Beneficial End of Most New Year’s Resolutions.”

According to the article, “New Global Energy Inc. (OTCMKTS: NGEY) is quietly going to be one of the names that helps people keep their New Year’s resolutions – healthier eating – by producing the world’s most underappreciated plant/food.

If there was ever a time to take a closer look at what New Global Energy Inc. (OTCMKTS:NGEY) is and what it’s doing, the beginning of a new calendar year is it. This is the time of year when New Year’s resolutions are being made – and started – and NGEY is quietly sitting smack dab in the middle of the most common #1 resolution made…. to eat healthier.

The buzz has already started at the sources that seem to be “in the know” when it comes to trend-spotting. More than once has the word “moringa” showed up on a list of new foods and supplements consumers will be eating sometime in 2016 they may not have eaten in 2015. For instance,  The Debrief named moringa as one of only five health foods people would be “going bonkers” for in 2016. Mother Jones recently reported moringa as one of “These 4 Foods [that] Will Be All the Rage in 2016.”

Maybe, just maybe, there’s something to it.

Great, but what’s moringa? It’s a plant – a tree, technically – that may be the world’s most nutrient dense and multi-benefitted food ever found in just one source.

Moringa (moringa oleifera) is also called the drumstick tree. It grows in the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India and is also cultivated throughout Central and South America and Africa due to the ease with which it grows in tropical and sub-tropical environments.

In the West, moringa has developed a reputation in its native lands for its unusually high nutritional value. Indeed, health researchers have started to give it nicknames such as “The Miracle Tree” and “The Elixir of Long Life” due to its miraculous healing abilities. On a pound-for-pound basis, moringa has 25 times more iron than spinach, ten times more vitamin A than carrots, four times more protein than eggs, and more. Moringa isn’t just a source of nutrition though. It’s also got medicinal value, being linked to lower cholesterol, lowering of blood sugar, and anti-inflammatory activity. Better yet, one serving of moringa offers 22% of your daily recommended intake of vitamin C, 41% of your daily recommended intake of potassium, 61% of your daily recommended intake of magnesium, 71% of your daily recommended intake of iron, 125% of your daily recommended intake of calcium, and 272% of your daily recommended intake of vitamin A.

As for what any of this has to do with New Global Energy, now that moringa mania is finally getting traction in the U.S., NGEY is establishing farms within the nation’s borders to quickly and effectively meet the swelling need for moringa in America.

Back on October 5th the company said new acreage at its Mecca, California farm could annually produce as much as $9 million worth of moringa. The company’s website has already noted that the 6000 moringa trees its planted in Thermal, California plus another 10,000 trees at its Mecca farm plus 20 acres of moringa tree in addition to a possible extra 100 acres in Costa Rica could produce $15 million worth of moringa every year. It wasn’t clear if the new Mecca acreage is in addition to the land that could produce $15 million per year, or overlapped with that figure. Either way, between the land the company’s already got plus the other land the company is looking to add, it can be reasonably said the company is capable of producing enough moringa to drive annual sales in the teens to maybe into the 20’s of millions of dollars. Not bad for a $4.8 million organization.

And make no mistake – there’s plenty of demand to support that level of output. The moringa market is estimated to be worth more than $4 billion per year today, and is projected to be worth $7 billion by 2020 as more and more people start to learn about its benefits. New Global Energy is getting a huge lead on the U.S. portion of that market.

It’s a fascinating story, and a fascinating company…. one worth looking into now that a bevy of New Year’s resolutions are beginning, most of which start with healthier eating.”

About New Global Energy, Inc.

New Global Energy, Inc. ( 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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