Latam Invest Co is excited to introduce the Colorada Fresh Pineapples plantation, a rare investment opportunity in pineapple farming located in La Chorrera, the heart of Panama’s “Pineapple Country”. Colorada Fresh Pineapples plantation is located just one hour’s drive from Panama City, Panama.
Why Invest in Farmland?
The advantage of investing in farmland is that you will own a tangible asset which is in limited supply and which generates secured income every year. Historically farmland has exhibited strong capital protection characteristics over prolonged periods of time and it is seen as a much safer alternative to stocks, bonds and other equities.
Why Pineapple Farmland?
First, you own the farmland (“fully titled”) – it appreciates over time, from year 1 until you sell the land. Farmland investing is particularly attractive to investors who wish to own productive assets that are not affected by the typical volatility and risk in the financial markets and other market manipulations that can affect your portfolio. Additionally, your land is located in the path of the largest most dynamic residential and commercial development area in Central America: Panama Oeste.
Our opportunity provides you with a turnkey program to participate in the production of this popular plant, with full title ownership of the farmland and guaranteed annual income from the produce.
It takes an MD-2 pineapple plant under professional management about 12 months to produce a pineapple ready for harvest. We project the annual return on your investment (ROI) to range from 19% to 23% from the first harvest in planting year 1 going forward planting year by planting year.
- The pineapple plant is indigenous to South America and is said to originate from the area between southern Brazil and Paraguay. Pineapples were discovered by Columbus in 1493 on the Caribbean island of Guadalupe.
- Early attempts by Europeans to cultivate the fruit failed until they realized that the fruit needs a tropical climate to flourish. By the end of the 16th century, Portuguese and Spanish explorers introduced pineapples into their Asian, African and South Pacific colonies.
- Pineapples were first cultivated in Hawaii in the 18th century. Hawaii is the only US state in which they are still grown.
- Other than Panama, other countries that commercially grow pineapples in order of production volumes in 2016 (source) are Costa Rica, Brazil, Philippines, China India, Thailand, Nigeria, Indonesia, Mexico and Colombia.
Key Points of the pineapple Farmland Investing Program:
- Own Productive Farmland with Full-Title Ownership of Land
- Full Production & Returns Already After 12 to 18 months from initial investment
- Contractually Guaranteed Sale of Produce - Processing Plant nearby
- 100% Modern and Sustainable Farming Practices
- Projected ROI of 19%+
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