The number of potential products that can be produced and taken to market are practically endless. Not only is there a huge potential in wholesaling the raw material to other businesses, but to develop an additional revenue stream by marketing in house products.
Due to the 75 year prohibition of hemp in the U.S. very little has been done on an industry size endeavor to develop and discover new uses for hemp. However just in the last decade, numerous new uses have come into play. In fact it is estimated that there are potentially 25,000 different products that can be made from hemp. In addition to this, planet conscious people are very much interested in their use, since hemp is a sustainable, green product that is completely toxic free and has numerous benefits as opposed to almost any other product.
Imagine Haitian Hemp products on the shelves of retailers worldwide. Such as, edible products, cosmetics, clothing, medicine, diesel fuel, paint, varnish, detergent, ink, lubricating oil and the list goes on. This potentially can not only add additional revenue to the base hemp farming industry, but actually produce multiples of that revenue stream.
Conservative estimates show that just 1 acre of land can generate a potential revenue of over $100,000 a year, from just growing and wholesaling the raw material. Yet if you take that same acre and produce your own products from that material the sky is literally the limit.