Bulk Food International has only recently began offering bulk grain investments, so we currently have only a six month history to show.  In comparing the starting prices to the current prices, you can see a high return in that short time.

Corn, yellow $778.00 $819.00 $41.00 +5.26
Wheat, white hard $855.00 $969.48 $114.48 +13.38
Wheat, red hard $747.50 $819.00 $71.50 +9.56
Rice, white long grain $893.12 $993.12 $100.00 +11.19
Rice, brown long grain $947.66 $1007.66 $60.00 +6.33
Lentils $1377.00 $1722.50 $345.00 +25.05
Beans, Pinto $885.00 $1841.96 $956.96 +108.13
Potato Flakes $1467.00 $1510.00 $43.00 +2.93


Keep in mind the results listed above are for only six months, and we believe this rise in return has only just begun.  As 2012 unfolds further, we believe the market will become much more volatile, resulting in large spike increases across all these products, but particularly in wheat.


Although we didn’t invent grains and bulk food, we have started a whole new market for them.  Investors are attracted to bulk foods suited for long-term storage as a tangible asset, similar to silver and gold with a much higher potential upside.


Thank You,


Terry Leverett

Bulk Food International, a division of Prepare The Way, LLC

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Bulk Food International (BFI), a division of Prepare The Way, LLC is a seller and purchaser of bulk foods intended for long-term storage. BFI is not a broker/dealer. No broker/client or fiduciary relationship exists between BFI and its customers, and BFI does not warrant that the bulk foods it sells is fit for any particular purpose other than human consumption.  BFI does make a profit on the bulk foods it sells to customers. BFI’s sales representatives are commissioned salespersons i.e., their salary is based on the amount of bulk foods they sell. The statements made on our websites and brochures are opinions, not facts, and past performance is no indication of future performance or returns. Bulk foods, like all investments, carry capital risk.  Bulk foods may appreciate, depreciate, or stay the same depending on a variety of factors. BFI cannot guarantee, and makes no representation, that any bulk foods purchased will appreciate at all or appreciate sufficiently to make customers a profit. The decision to purchase or sell bulk foods, and which bulk foods to purchase or sell, are the customer’s decision alone, and purchases and sales should be made subject to the customer’s own research, prudence and judgment.  In BFI’s opinion, bulk foods should be considered a long-term investment in the terms of 3 to 5 years or more, and customers should not invest all of their available investment funds in bulk foods. However, a customer’s individual circumstances may warrant a different approach.  Bulk foods do not yield income and thus are not an appropriate investment vehicle for investors seeking current or future income. BFI does not provide tax, investment, or legal advice or advisory services, and no one associated with BFI is authorized to provide any such advice or services. BFI makes no representations regarding the tax consequences of holding bulk foods as an investment in an IRA or other retirement account. Customers considering whether to include bulk foods in an IRA or other retirement account should seek independent tax advice from a qualified professional regarding the tax consequences of such an investment.