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Introducing Harvest Soul & Chewable Juice  

$FPFI Share Structure


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$FPFI - Fresh Promise Foods Update 11/10/2014 
FPFI Moves Towards Production After Approval from GA Dept of Agriculture Last Updated: Nov. 10, 2014 - 7:00am EST
(NEW YORK)--Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (OTC:FPFI), a developer of healthy organic food lines, moves towards production of their chewable juice line after being granted approval from the Department of Agriculture of Georgia.

Start of Production
It has been a long road, but the Company was recently granted approval from Georgia's Dept. of Agriculture, which now clears the way for the company to move quickly to begin production, and eventually shipments, of their chewable juice line out to store shelves in Southeast United States.

For any Company that has to deal with regulatory approval it can be very frustrating as all they can do is sit back and wait. Now that FPFI has been granted this approval look for things to really pick-up, and expect a flurry of news and updates into end of the year as production and distribution agreements start coming into place.

Once FPFI gains approval from US Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) for their chewable juice line look for a dramatic uptick in activity as this would open the door for national distribution.

The CEO of the Company, Kevin Quirk, has extensive experience as having worked in such large named companies as Coca Cola, and Minute Maid. His ability to market and develop an extensive distribution footprint for FPFI products will be key for this company in getting off the ground.

As of November 2014, the Company has around 750 million common shares issued and outstanding, thus given the company a market cap valuation of only around $400,000. Given the recent approval, and now expected updates as production begins to ramp-up in earnest, the prospects of FPFI climbing up to near its 200-day moving average near the $0.002+ could become a real possibility.
$FPFI - Fresh Promise Foods Update 10/10/2014 

ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/10/14 -- Fresh Promise Foods, Inc.(FPFI) , a Georgia-based natural and organic health and wellness company, announced today that Harvest Soul Organic Chewable Juices received validation from independent labs that high pressure processing (HPP), the technology utilized by Harvest Soul to achieve its "Fressurized™" difference, is successful in protecting the juices' high level of vitamins, nutrients and enzymes while destroying unhealthy bacteria and microorganisms. Harvest Soul Chewable Juices are unique in that they blend 100% organic vegetable and fruit juices with perfectly-sized nuts, seeds and berries to promote the act of chewing which fully enhances nutritious benefits by releasing often-missed essential vitamins, nutrients and enzymes.

Through a series of three independent lab tests, it was confirmed that HPP has met the FDA threshold of a 5-log reduction of all three major pathogens (E.coli O157:H7, Salmonella enterica and Listeria monocytogenes), typically found in organic products like Harvest Soul Organic Chewable Juices. The Company's environmentally-friendly Fressurized ™ process ensures that their hand-crafted juice blends will retain their "farm-picked" flavor, along with guaranteeing food safety, extending shelf-life and maintaining freshness, all without the use of chemicals or preservatives.

According to Kevin Quirk, CEO of parent company Fresh Promise Foods, Inc.(FPFI), "We've worked long and hard, and at great company expense, to ensure that our vitamin-rich chewable juice blends deliver great taste and unbelievable nutritive benefits, while focusing on food safety. We know that our Harvest Soul Chewable Juice Blends, with all the extra fiber and protein gained from crunchy nuts and seeds, will provide a more substantive eating and drinking experience -- something we like to call 'the Chewtrition ™ Revolution.'" Quirk continued, "Studies show that chewing kick starts the digestive process, releasing critical enzymes that help our bodies absorb essential nutrients, ones that are wasted when we mostly rely on drinking our nutrition."

Harvest Soul is working with legal counsel and anticipates a speedy regulatory path to production as all of the initial groundwork has been laid. The Company's equipment is poised for production, and after final Dept. of Agriculture approvals, should be producing product within the next 30-60 days, with a significant ramp up planned for the kickoff of the new year, targeting health and wellness initiatives.


$FPFI - Fresh Promise Foods Update 10/1/2014 

Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FPFI), a Georgia-based corporation supplying natural and organic health and wellness products, has entered into an investment agreement with J. P. Carey Enterprises, Inc., that will provide up to one million, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,250,000.00) growth capital under a registration statement to be filed shortly.

As the company moves towards the production phase of its proprietary organic juice blends and upcoming launch, its capital needs will be increasing. This investment agreement gives the company the ability to access capital to meet its growth needs at a lower cost of capital than previous financing agreements. Management believes this will enable Fresh Promise Foods to also meet capital requirements more efficiently as it plans the development of future organic juices.

"This financial arrangement is a perfect fit for our company," said Kevin P. Quirk, Fresh Promise Foods CEO. "It provides us with fast, cheap and strategic capital. As a former officer of FPFI, Joseph Canouse of J. P. Carey, shares our corporate vision to provide 'Greater Goodness for You and Your Family' and is committed to our company for the long-term," concluded Quirk.

Stay tuned for more news from Fresh Promise Foods, Inc.

$FPFI - Fresh Promise Foods Update 8/19/2014 
ATLANTA, GA, Aug 19, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FPFI) a developer, processor and marketer of healthy, better-for-you food products, has announced a company update, including key production, certification and strategic planning milestones reached regarding the launch of Harvest Soul, its organic superfood juice blends.

Harvest Soul, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fresh Promise Foods, has located its state-of-the-art production facility within Atlanta-based PREP shared kitchen facility. As PREP's anchor tenant, Harvest Soul has upgraded its dedicated production space well beyond "move-in" specifications, including significant electrical upgrades to provide improved processing. Other facility equipment includes:

-- Commercial Juice Press and Grinder - allows the company to freshly squeeze or press juices.
-- Commercial Blender - large capacity 100-gallon blender, with custom electrical support to allow for flexibility in a variety of speeds.
-- Control Panel - designed to spec, the panel provides the ultimate in automation, leading to tighter controls within each blend.
-- Double-headed Piston Filler - for easy "perfect fill" every time.
-- Capper - bottle capping unit, utilizing compressed air.
-- Positive Displacement Pump - food grade stainless steel pump to move viscous product from tank to tank.
-- Clean-In-Place Tank (CIP) - designed to ensure mandatory sanitation practices are more efficient and cost effective; will utilize only food grade cleaning supplies.
-- Centrifugal Pump - ensures complete clean-out of system for flavor change-over, reducing the process by more than 75% vs. alternatives.
-- Dedicated Cooler - allows for 100% organic ingredients to remain completely segregated.
-- High Capacity - production facility is near completion, and capable of producing millions of bottles per year.


Harvest Soul will utilize Georgia-based Universal Pasteurization, where it will high pressure process (HPP) its product (a leading edge technology that retains more vitamins and nutrients than traditional methods), thus increasing shelf life tenfold in many cases.

The Company is currently in the process of seeking USDA Organic Certification, and is planning on using only 100% organic ingredients sourced from certified organic growers and distributors.

To ensure complete consumer protection and certification, the Company has commissioned an independent lab to test its finished products to confirm they are food-safe after the HPP process; results are forthcoming. Upon receipt, final certification from the Department of Agriculture will be possible.

Harvest Soul has also commissioned a law firm with expertise in product labeling, licensure and regulatory compliance issues to ensure all the necessary regulations are followed properly.

To support the upcoming consumer launch, Harvest Soul has developed an interactive website, point-of-sale materials, and other marketing support pieces:

-- Website - will describe key features and benefits of the product and allow for online purchase; the site is completed and the launch is planned to coincide with product launch.
-- Social Media - a full social media plan will support the launch, including social media feeds and posts.
-- Point of Sale - various support pieces are developed, to provide motivation and communication at retail, designed to work in a variety of retail outlets.
-- Selling materials - customized retail "sell sheets" to support sell-in are ready to release.
-- Events - sampling, in-store and local events are planned to drive awareness and trial, leading to repeat purchase. 


The Company realizes to have a successful launch, it's important to have all the pieces and parts ready to go, and launch correctly the first time. While this may appear to be a lengthy process, cutting corners will only hinder the long term success of the company and its future products. Retailers appreciate when a new product has shown strategic thought and research, and are more likely to accept those (and future) products into their stores.

This Company update was intended to provide specific detail about the status of Harvest Soul and Fresh Promise Foods, ensuring the investment community that the Company is hard at work, has engaged experts in the field and has made great progress in growing the Company.



Kevin Quirk

"I am not here to run a penny stock" ~ Kevin Quirk

Kevin P. Quirk assumes this position with more than two decades of consumer products operating experience spanning general management and senior marketing roles in Fortune 500 corporations and start-up ventures. As CEO he is responsible for determining Capsalus' strategic direction and managing performance against overall business objectives in keeping with the Company's mission. Quirk is the founder of White Hat Holdings LLC, a functional beverage manufacturer focused on children's health and wellness issues, which he sold to Capsalus earlier this year after raising multiple rounds of financing and stewarding the business to a successful exit. Before White Hat, he held a variety of senior-level marketing positions for The Coca-Cola Company, initially hired into the Coca-Cola Accelerated Program, the company's coveted management training program, from which he was charged with running the New England market. He also served as director of marketing for Minute Maid brands prior to his departure. In addition, Quirk spent nearly a decade at Anheuser-Busch, working in brand management, field sales and marketing, wholesaler development and strategic planning, most notably as market development manager of the Wisconsin territory, and as founder of the company's business development group, providing internal management consulting to a network of more than 800 distributors. Quirk earned a BS in marketing and a BA in communications from Saint Louis University, and a letter of MBA equivalence from Harvard Business School.

Quirk founded White Hat Brands, a health and wellness beverage company, where he raised capital, developed products and gained distribution, winning multiple marketing awards along the way. Quirk later oversaw the sale of White Hat which was sold privately for approximately thirty million dollars ($30,000,000). **

** Upon poster reviews, the actual sale price was amended after the sale for less than the 30 million


Steve Hutcherson, Keith Pardy, Susan Knox

Steve Hutcherson, a seasoned CPG and agency executive, brings extensive experience in identifying and adding value in client and agency environments, reimagining marketing and its evolution, especially what people will expect and how they will interact with the brands they use and love. His career is characterized by finding new revenue streams, approaches, innovations, experiences - with change management as a competency throughout. Steve was a 20 year Coca-Cola veteran in brand and operations management - including VP of Coca-Cola TM in a career where he oversaw product and package intros, such as the Contour bottle, "Fridge Pack," and Coca-Cola Trademark extensions like Vanilla Coke. He directed campaigns and integrated communications platforms for Coca-Cola and across multiple other brands, and developed properties ranging from the Coca-Cola Racing Family for NASCAR, to new activation programs from the Olympics to NFL to NCAA to American Idol. Throughout his Coca-Cola tenure he led teams to redefine value and capitalize on new value equations and new marketplace needs: whether new package forms, brands, content and campaigns, interactive and associative platforms, or the brand positioning's themselves. Steve also has extensive experience within marketing services organizations, from agencies to consultancy, holding senior leadership positions in full service and experiential agencies: leading strategic planning within a "compass point office" of a large global advertising concern; CMO for the activation arm of a global marketing asset agency; brand management lead within a marketers' advisory group; and country president for an independent experiential agency.

Announced in October 15th Conference Call that Steve is now CMO of Fresh Promise Foods and in charge of the Consumer Products Group.


Keith Pardy, a global branding and technology executive has 25 years in brand development and an understanding in the convergence of all things digital. Keith was the Chief Marketing Officer at Research in Motion. Prior to RIM, Keith was SVP of Global Brand Management for Nokia in Helsinki, Finland. For 17 years Keith's was with The Coca-Cola Company, where he worked as a Managing Director / Marketing Director working in North America, Russia, Sweden, Spain and London. In his last assignment with The Coca-Cola Company, Keith was Vice President and Managing Director for the Global Emerging Brands. Keith is now refocusing his energy and investments on innovation that positively impacts peoples' daily life.

Susan Knox, a strategic consultant and corporate coach and founder of Corporate Connections, a business consulting firm that makes targeted introductions that accelerate growth and generate revenue for emerging growth and established companies. Ms. Knox excels in making connections to qualified Investors, Intermediaries, Key Decision Makers, Influencers and Industry Experts to facilitate Capital Raising Efforts, Sales, Distribution, Partnerships, Strategic Alliances and Channel strategy. Knox also provides philanthropic support to many organizations and has served as a director of the Board of the Buckhead Business Association, and currently serves as a director on the Board of Prevent Blindness Georgia and Executive Sales and Marketing Association. Ms. Knox is the Executive Director for The Ritz Group in Atlanta Georgia. 




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FPFI News: Securities Registration Statement (s-1) 02/13/2015 05:33:14 PM
FPFI News: Amended Statement of Ownership (sc 13g/a) 02/12/2015 05:06:01 PM
FPFI News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 01/26/2015 02:19:44 PM
FPFI News: Amended Statement of Ownership (sc 13g/a) 12/10/2014 12:49:53 PM
FPFI News: Information Statement - All Other (definitive) (def 14c) 12/05/2014 05:27:52 PM
#59605  Sticky Note LOL, just keeping it real here.I was a BigJuan 02/20/15 02:44:07 PM
#59306  Sticky Note The news is on CNN http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/marketwire/1175 Brooksda 02/12/15 03:44:54 PM
#59070  Sticky Note Jan.22 O/S7,482,732 Feb.2 O/S7,854,732 Feb.6 O/S8,227,322 Feb.9 O/S8,611,500 imgoingfishing1 02/09/15 12:10:54 PM
#57912  Sticky Note A Christmas poem... reeceb 12/11/14 12:34:07 PM
#56616  Sticky Note Facebook Updates as well. hill1323 11/06/14 11:34:14 AM
#59917   Natural Products Expo West 2015, March 5-7, at gaboy47 02/28/15 11:10:04 AM
#59916   Fink, Thanks for the information! gaboy47 02/28/15 07:07:53 AM
#59914   FPFI I HAVE RESEARCH ON THE FACTUAL CONCERNING lasernat 02/28/15 12:19:03 AM
#59913   That sounds like a question for the company. specutator 02/27/15 04:47:45 PM
#59912   I'm definitely loaded but I will be more cheaperthanudog 02/27/15 04:46:28 PM
#59911   With nothing in the Atlanta stores in February Pres46 02/27/15 04:43:55 PM
#59910   Beats a R/S pr. fink 02/27/15 04:43:01 PM
#59909   Not a new reference at all, The initial specutator 02/27/15 04:34:41 PM
#59908   First week of March or so? Pres46 02/27/15 04:12:05 PM
#59907   I hope all averaged down and loaded. Time fink 02/27/15 03:34:59 PM
#59905   Now to give the devil his dues. Harvest fink 02/27/15 03:26:46 PM
#59904   thank you free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 03:23:54 PM
#59903   Don't be fooled by those .011 trades! gaboy47 02/27/15 03:23:00 PM
#59902   Again I refer to my point about a free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 03:22:41 PM
#59901   I have a whole file that has the Pres46 02/27/15 03:17:03 PM
#59900   [quoteHey capacity is 4,000,000 bottles a year remember. ] gaboy47 02/27/15 03:06:34 PM
#59899   What was the shelf life on the juice again? gaboy47 02/27/15 02:56:48 PM
#59898   WEEEEEEEEEEEE, it must be so good the employees BigJuan 02/27/15 02:44:30 PM
#59897   Hey capacity is 4,000,000 bottles a year remember. Pres46 02/27/15 02:42:05 PM
#59896   What was the shelf life on the juice again? free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 02:41:05 PM
#59895   Yup, until proven otherwise. BigJuan 02/27/15 02:02:30 PM
#59894   yeah, just another FPFI ruse IMO free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 02:00:56 PM
#59893   LOL, yes I would rather see a pic BigJuan 02/27/15 01:52:16 PM
#59892   Cool. What's the guess on Quirk getting product on fink 02/27/15 01:39:11 PM
#59891   I only use L2 here to see what Pres46 02/27/15 01:28:34 PM
#59890   Anyone watching the realtime trading this morning would specutator 02/27/15 01:04:22 PM
#59889   $200 worth of product on a pallet to flaflyersfan 02/27/15 01:03:05 PM
#59888   Called, where to BID sit. fink 02/27/15 12:59:36 PM
#59887   L2 called what? FPFI opened at .016 and specutator 02/27/15 12:37:44 PM
#59886   how do you propose to hold them accountable? free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 12:29:42 PM
#59885   Did L2 call it or what? fink 02/27/15 12:27:51 PM
#59883   We have been here long enough to know Pres46 02/27/15 12:06:58 PM
#59882   When a stock only has a $130,000 market Millenium323 02/27/15 11:56:54 AM
#59881   true enough, but merely pumping as opposed to free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 11:38:14 AM
#59880   Dont be surprised if Canouse pulls a rabbit Pres46 02/27/15 11:25:11 AM
#59879   .01 is good. fink 02/27/15 11:19:12 AM
#59878   yeah, lol, no doubt the local WF ordered free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 11:16:00 AM
#59877   Maybe the WF order is 200 pallets? fink 02/27/15 11:05:19 AM
#59876   wonder why company posted that pic the other free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 10:59:54 AM
#59875   L2 says NITE is taking all the shares fink 02/27/15 10:47:40 AM
#59874   I guess the peeps buying must think product free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 10:42:39 AM
#59873   Yeah, it is like buying stock in anticipation specutator 02/27/15 10:27:14 AM
#59872   I wonder if Quirk will send the shareholders Pres46 02/27/15 10:25:57 AM
#59871   kinda surprised to see some buying today without free_man_n_paris 02/27/15 10:25:28 AM
#59870   Awesome.... Brooksda 02/27/15 09:42:26 AM
#59869   Straight off the whole foods website orderring page Pres46 02/27/15 09:41:39 AM
#59867   Still nothing on shelves? Brooksda 02/26/15 06:17:36 PM
#59865   Well, here's hoping for better luck tomorrow. fink 02/26/15 03:36:38 PM
#59864   Alderman Dr tickers free_man_n_paris 02/26/15 03:28:02 PM
#59863   I never thought I would ever say this but Pres46 02/26/15 03:23:13 PM