We Are the World
New Preservation System
In contemporary speak, when the first portable hand-held vacuum was proposed to corporate decision
makers, many execs said that it "sucked." So, in introducing of our patented pump and container food preservation system,
we anticipate that to some number of skeptics will respond "it blows."
Indeed it does... It blows away other forms of food preservation
by magnitudes in time-before-decay; in energy savings to preserve,
and in nutrition retained in the food.
It is the result of over 15 years investigation and commercial application, plus well over a $1,000,000
dollars in hard dollar costs, not counting investments in time and alternative opportunity costs.
Had we -- the we that now comprises our new corporate Air+ Preservation™ -- better
executed this plan along the way, our technology could have easily saved enough food to feed all of starving Darfur, the Sudan...
plus other areas of the world. We have extrapolated these statements based on fact proven by independent, authoritative
studies. Moreover, the amount of U.S. consumer food saved from waste would have cut family expenditures by at least
20%, while still feeding this nation's homeless.
We understand the enormous economic and commercial worth our technology and products and, we know
that our PROSPECTUS, which this website is not, states this well. Most readers will find it extremely attractive.
As a business proposition, Air+ Preservation™ technology
is a stunner... so much so that it is possible for our reader to become mesmerized with merely the consumer and vertical industries
However, our horizon is far greater; and we offer it to our investors as well.
In 1985, USA* - United Support of Artists, comprised of 46 artists - formed and
sang, "We Are The World" to raise money to feed starving people in the
U.S. and Africa. And yet, starvation is rampant, worldwide.
Today, our revolutionary Air+ Preservation™ System provides
for the better feeding of that world. From counter-tops, to refrigerated storage bins, to Mylar covered containers stacked
on desert sands,
"We Are the World of a New Preservation System."