Wasabi products move from a niche market and enters mainstream.
Now is the time for you to get serious about growing Wasabi.
If you are going to do it (you have shown that you are interested, because you are reading this email), then you need to start now or remain on the sidelines as the Wasabi industry heads for the stars and leaves you behind.
Why should I listen to you?
The reality is you don’t have to listen to me, or anyone else for that matter, but the 12 reasons below should at least fire up your opportunity detector. 🙂
• Wasabia japonica has entered the mainstream. It is no longer regarded as a niche product for specialist applications such as Japanese food.
• Demand for Wasabia japonica has increased 4 fold in the last 6 months.
• Average order quantity has increased by a factor of 2.
• Number of wasabi growers is reducing – estimated 25% in last 18 months (from personal calls). They got out too soon, they just missed the gold-rush to come. 🙁
• No new large Wasabi farms have been built-in the last 8 years anywhere in the world. Ours was the last one, and this will likely be decommissioned in 2016 due to NZ legislation changes. We need to build a 10 Million plant plus Mega-Wasabi(tm) Farm operating on a 24/7/365 basis to supply at least part of the increasing demand. Contact me if you are interested in being part of this Mega-Wasabi(tm) Farm.
• Most current wasabi growers have less than 10,000 plants under cultivation, and are geared for a single harvest / planting cycle / per 12-18 months per farm. Most will not have any product available until the end of 2015 at the earliest.
• Worldwide demand is already exceeding supply (April 2015).
• EU clamping down on labeling rules and inspecting wasabi products to ensure they comply. Non-complying product is being removed from store shelves.
• Large quantity enquiries have doubled since January 2015.
• Japan wasabi growing industry is effectively finished due to spreading radioactive contamination of water supplies throughout Japan.
• West coast of USA and Canada now experiencing radioactive rain fall from Fukashima which will adversely affect the fledgling wasabi industry in the USA. A report in 2011 stated “Radioactive emissions from Japan have been detected throughout the United States, from California to Colorado and as far east as Massachusetts. Monitors in the Carolinas have detected the presence of radioactive iodine, the first time this material had been detected there since the Chernobyl accident 25 years ago.” [Hotz, Robert Lee and Jennifer Levitz. “Radiation Detected in U.S.” Wall St. Journal, March 29, 2011; “Traces of radiation from Japan reach Colorado.” KWGN. March 23, 2011; Environmental Protection Agency. Japanese Nuclear Emergency: Radiation Monitoring: Daily Data Summary. Available at http://www.epa.gov/radiation/data-updates.html ].
• The medical establishment has become aware of the potential of the unique chemicals only found in Wasabia japonica. [This is evidenced by the significant number of patents being applied for the analogues (read man-made in a laboratory almost copies of the natural chemical) with claims that mimic the already known health benefits of eating wasabi (namely killing cancer cells, reducing blood pressure and getting rid of gastric (stomach) ulcers). The pharmaceutical industry can obviously see the money that can be made from these chemicals, but they have a 7 year slog ahead of them before these products appear on the Doctors script – unless they find a backdoor of course.]
The opportunity is there, it is tangible and some of you will be able to taste it. 🙂
If this is you then you need to start your wasabi growing training now with the Wasabi Maestroes. Don’t wait, you are getting a heads up from us because we grow, process and market wasabi 24/7/365 and have seen the future opportunities opening up afer 25 years growing Wasabi.
Sign up for our Wasabi growing training courses here . They start at $97.00 per month.
You are probably wondering why we are telling you about this opportunity and not keeping it to ourselves.
Why are we telling you about this opportunity?
The answer is quite easy, we cannot keep up with the demand.
The total investment in trying to keep up with the worldwide demand is mind-boggling and it makes more sense that a lot of people benefit from this opportunity rather than be greedy and try to do it all ourselves.
The pie is plenty big enough for all of us (and growing), so why not share the bounty with those of you who can see the opportunity.
If you can see the opportunity and want to be part of the coming Wasabi gold-rush, now is the time to act.
NOW! Not next week or even next year. NOW!