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  • To meet growing demand, additional purchase orders are being placed with our Australian manufacturer
  • Research confirms that the demand for plant-based foods will continue to increase rapidly over the next several years
  • Demand for plant-based food alternatives is being largely driven by traditional meat-eaters who wish to reduce their meat intake
  • Naturally Splendid operates a food manufacturing facility just outside Vancouver, B.C.
  • Naturally Splendid Enterprises (NSP) opened trading at C$0.06 per share

Naturally Splendid Enterprises (NSP) is pleased to announce the arrival of a third shipping container of Natera Plant-Based Foods from Australia.

In anticipation of growing demand, additional purchase orders are being placed with our Australian manufacturer. These additional orders will arrive in Vancouver to supply the growing demand.

Natera Plant Based Foods roster of products now include Plant Based Burgers, Breaded Cutlets (Schnitzel), Garlicky Chick-Un Kiev, Sweet Chili Chick-un Tenders, Seasoned Chick-Un Tenders, Chick-Un Nuggets, Chick-Un Patties, Crispy Fish-Un Fillets, GarlickyChick-Un Bites, and Cheesy Chick-Un Bites.

Research confirms that the demand for plant-based foods will continue to increase rapidly over the next several years as consumers are increasingly looking for a variety of plant-based products to add to their dietary choices. There are multiple factors driving these dietary decisions including environmental concerns, personal health, or simply adding some good-tasting variety into existing diets.

The United States saw retail sales of plant-based food continuing their double-digit rise in 2020. Per a report by the Plant-Based Foods Association and The Good Food Institute, retail sales of plant-based foods in the United States rose 27% in 2020, allowing the plant-based market to reach $7 billion.

While vegetarianism continues at a steady growth rate, it is the flexitarian - i.e. traditional meat eater who makes a conscious effort to reduce their meat intake - that is having a notable impact on the market. This has been further accelerated by COVID-19 and the disruption to the fresh meat industry.

Naturally Splendid CEO Mr. J. Craig Goodwin states,

"Our Natera offerings are about consumer inclusion, not exclusion. We believe that consumers should be applauded for taking steps to include more plant-based meals into their diet as they transition from their meat diets and our products are created to support those choices with a wide variety of tasty alternatives to meat. Every journey begins with a single step and we are proud to be able to provide products that help consumers take those steps to include more plant-based choices in their diets".

Naturally Splendid operates a food manufacturing facility just outside Vancouver, B.C. The company has a range of food products under various brands such as Natera Sport, Natera Hemp Foods, CHII, Elevate Me and Woods Wild Bar.

Naturally Splendid Enterprises (NSP) opened trading at C$0.06 per share.

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