Investor Relations – April 2016

Shareholder Letter from the Chairman

New Global Energy, Inc. (OTCQB: NGEY), a public company focused on Aqua-Farming, Agriculture, and Health + Wellness, continues to have very exciting and lucrative events taking place. As a result of our recent news announcements, we have had an unusual amount of response from both industry partners and shareholders alike. This letter provides an overview of key developments.

Archived Shareholder Letters

April 2016
September 2015

April 18, 2016

Dear Shareholder,

Tilapia Certified as Organic and Non-GMO

New Global Energy’s tilapia is in the process of becoming “Certified Organic” by ICS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Where Food Comes From, Inc. that specializes in organic, gluten-free and related certification services. To receive certification as Organic and Non-GMO, New Global Energy is completing a stringent, lengthy application process that included on-site inspections and an in-depth review of our entire tilapia operation.

Organic practices are better for the land, the environment, animals, and people and there can be price premiums and marketing benefits for certified products. For New Global Energy, the added benefit is that since our fish are fed Organic Certified Feed, NGE will be able to sell our tilapia as Non-GMO Certified to those same premium markets where Non-GMO Tilapia is selling for between $12 and $14 a pound. While organic certification is not required, it opens our distribution to additional premium markets such as Whole Foods and Trader Joes.

According to Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack, “Consumer demand for organic products continues to increase and the industry has experienced remarkable growth, representing more than $39 billion in U.S. retail sales. This growth creates opportunities for farmers and businesses across the country. Expanding the safety net for farmers wanting to enter the organic market ensures they have the tools and resources they need to meet this growing demand while protecting their operation.”

New Global Energy’s farms are uniquely suited to grow tilapia, which is a tropical fish, because of the area’s warm climate and the availability of warm fresh water from geo-thermally heated wells. Our fish are fed nutrient rich algae and other aquatic plants green for their first four months in grow-out ponds that represent a natural environment. This proprietary fish feeding methodology saves us up to 70% on overall feed costs.

ICS was one of the first organic certification companies in the United States, founded in 1979 as Farm Verified Organic, Inc. by Fred Kirschenmann, a longtime national and international leader in organic and sustainable agriculture.  The company has played an integral role in establishing organic standards and certification processes and procedures over the last 35 years and continues to be a leader in the organic certification industry today.

Moringa Protein Bars

New Global Energy is currently in the process of testing Moringa Protein Bars with several companies for manufacturing and distribution. The Moringa needs to be blended with other products and has to contain the required amount of Moringa to receive the nutritional benefits from the product. The taste of the product is of utmost concern for the distributors.

We have strong interest from many distributors, especially if our Moringa is grown locally and organically, including both large and small companies. We are confident that the introduction of Moringa Protein Bars is an ideal complement to New Global Energy’s business since it is based on providing natural, effective health solutions.

Stay tuned for details on how to purchase our Moringa products for your family and friends. We also will be sending a sample pack of our products to all of our shareholders, most likely in the third quarter of 2016.

Cargill’s EWOS Team Visits NGE’s Coachella Valley Farm

New Global Energy is exploring a partnership with EWOS, a Cargill subsidiary.

Two leading aquaculture experts from EWOS visited New Global Energy’s farm to monitor our feed process long before Cargill bought them. Details available HERE.

EWOS is looking for plant protein substitutes for soybean. They love the idea of Moringa because it has a higher protein content than soybeans, doesn’t compete with human food, is not subject to the volatility and speculation of the commodities markets and can grow in the desert so that it doesn’t compete with existing farmland.

World’s Largest Moringa Farm

We recently signed a memorandum of understanding to enter into a joint venture agreement with the world’s largest Moringa farm. Located in Leon, Nicaragua, the 180-acre farm is a leading source of nutrient rich Moringa. Under terms of the agreement, New Global Energy, Inc. will launch Moringa Reserve, LLC to develop, operate, distribute and sell Moringa-based products to U.S. retail markets.

The Moringa farm’s ideal growing conditions combined with the best possible production methods and 20+ years of Moringa experience result in high quality Moringa products. The land is extremely fertile and from volcanic origin. The fields are fertilized from compost made from the stems and trunks of the Moringa tree and the Moringa is all natural and organically grown without any chemicals.

We are entering this joint venture to ensure that we have enough supply to meet the demand of the orders that we anticipate for future distribution. Moringa is the Rolls Royce of all superfoods and offers serious nutrition that can radically benefit one’s overall health in literally hundreds of ways.

 For additional details, please follow New Global Energy’s filings and press releases. We also send out a monthly newsletter so please include a mailing address and an email on our website contact page at www.newglobalenergy.net and we will add you to the distribution list.

Sincerely,

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Perry D. West

Chief Executive Officer

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1 “Cargill Buys Norwegian Fish-Feed Producer EWOS for $1.5 billion,” as reported by the Wall Street Journal, August 17, 2015 and “An Ag Giant Is Spending More Than $1 Billion to Get Into Fish Farming” as reported by Take Part, August 18, 2015.
2  FISH TO 2030: Prospects for Fisheries and Aquaculture, as included in World Bank Report  # 83177-GLB
3 Basic Questions about Aquaculture, as reported in NOAA’s Fisheries Guide