SOURCE: US Farms, Inc.

August 13, 2007 06:00 ET

US Farms, Inc. Appoints Iraj Shadfar, Vice President of World Garlic and Spice, Inc.

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - August 13, 2007) - US Farms, Inc. (OTCBB: USFI) announced today the appointment of Iraj Shadfar, as Vice President of World Garlic & Spice, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of US Farms, Inc.

"Mr. Shadfar brings over 25 years of proven professional sales experience in the fresh Garlic business having served previously as President of USA Garlic & Spice and California Sunshine," stated Yan Skwara, President & CEO of US Farms, Inc.

"This is a wonderful opportunity for me to join the US Farms, Inc. dynamic management team and to add my business experience and success in the Garlic market to growing the produce product lines of the subsidiary, World Garlic and Spice, Inc.," said Mr. Iraj Shadfar.

Skwara continued, "We anticipate our presence in the Garlic business to mirror our recent proven results in the Tomato business. As we continue to develop our niche product strategy with Asparagus, Aloe Vera, Tomatoes and now Garlic, our sales will place US Farms, Inc. in the forefront of produce distribution in the US. Even though we are still a relatively small company, we are confident in our growth and profitability."

During the four year period 2003-06, per capita use of garlic averaged 2.9 pounds per person annually -- up from 1.8 pounds a decade earlier. Interest in garlic reflects several factors, including the popularity of various ethnic foods and restaurants, the quest for new taste experiences, health messages circulating about garlic, and demand from the health supplements.

"Garlic demand continues to grow across all categories of use for the product," stated Skwara. "We plan to supply this growing demand by positioning the company with many of the largest worldwide suppliers."

About US Farms, Inc.

US Farms, Inc. is a diversified commercial agriculture company. The company grows, markets and distributes horticultural products through a number of subsidiaries. The horticultural products are sold through supermarkets, home centers, retail merchandisers, garden centers, re-wholesalers, and landscapers throughout the United States and Canada. Through internal growth and strategic acquisitions the company is expanding its market share in its nursery and specialty produce businesses. Currently the company has subsidiaries which provide a full range of products including Aloe Vera, Cactus, Succulents, Jade, rare and exotic Palm Trees and Cycads. Those products are offered along with produce that includes Garlic, Aloe Vera, Asparagus, Tomatoes and Wheat Grass. In 2007 the company plans to make over 100 specialty niche produce items available to consumers.

For more information on US Farms, Inc., please visit US Farms, Inc. is publicly traded on the over-the-counter market under the ticker symbol USFI.

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Contact Information

  • Contact:
    US Farms, Inc.
    Yan K. Skwara
    Tel: 858-488-7775 or 800-845-9133
    Fax: 858-488-2828

    Corporate Financial Advisors
    Allen & Assoc
    Ms. Marcia Allen