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Organo Gold Launches Its Coffee Business in Australia & NZ

Organo Gold Launches Its Coffee Business in Australia & New Zealand

Coffee is acknowledged to be the second most consumed beverage on the planet after water. It’s the second most traded commodity after oil. People drink coffee all day, every day in almost every country around the world.

This opens a market opportunity in Australia and New Zealand because of the increasing search by people for organic drink that provides both health and wealth.

The special ingredient that sets Organo Gold coffee apart from standard coffee brands is an ancient Chinese medicinal herb called Ganoderma Lucidium.

By searching on Google for this term quite a bit of documentation referencing the health benefits of this herb will be revealed.

Organo Gold markets its premium coffee using a direct sales business model using independent distributors world wide.

Des Morgan Director of “The Portfolio Company Limited” a private investment company is teaming up with the Co-founder of Organo Gold & #2 income earner in Direct Sales Shane Morand and are seeking successful business owners and entrepreneurs in Australia and New Zealand to partner with them and position themselves on the ground floor of this business opportunity in this part of the world and ride the wave as Organo Gold expands its operations into the Asia Pacific Region.

Des said "both Australia and New Zealand are experiencing a gourmet revolution, visible in everything from wine sales to the increase of organic and sustainable products, and the interest in organic coffee from around the world.

Our coffee comes in different variants; Hot Chocolate, Black Coffee, Latte, Mocha and Green Tea and all are infused with 100% Ganoderma Lucidim."

Full details on this business opportunity can be found at www.networkmarketingcoffee.com

ENDS

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