Thursday, 14 February 2013

Free Veretekk Gold Markeing System for life when you join the Coffee Business


14 Feb 2013




In a bold move, Veretekk entrepreneurs Tom Prendergast and Mike Darling have agreed a deal with billionaire businessman, property developer and philanthropist Ed Mercer to provide a free Veretekk Gold Marketing System.

The offer is open to anyone who join’s Mercer’s 100 Millionaires Club project – a project designed to create 100 new millionaires and seen by Mercer as his legacy.  “I am not a fan of handout.”  Said Mercer in an interview recently. “ I see it more as a hand down!’  People need help to succeed not charity.” But Mercer’s ambitions go beyond the initial 100 Millionaires “The final challenge is already decided – I will want each of my new Millionaires to go on a create 100 new millionaires of their own – and that will be the true value of the legacy I want to leave.”

 In an ‘Apprentice-style’ challenge, the project sets participants the challenge to start and build an Organo Gold coffee business using the power of Veretekk and mentoring from both Mercer and Prendergast.  Mercer’s plan is that the income stream built using Organo Gold then provides the vehicle to move on to bigger and more lucrative challenges.


As a gift to those brave enough to take the challenge, Mercer has licensed Veretekk so each registrant gets a free Veretekk Gold Marketing System for life.  “This is not just for Ed’s challenge” said Prendergast,CEO of Veretekk  “It can be used for any other business too – the only condition is that the participant takes a shot at challenge 1 – building an Organo Gold business; and with the power of Veretekk, this is going to be the fastest growing business the network marketing industry has ever seen.”

 Bold words? – only time will tell, but with an startup cost of just $200 (including $150 of Coffee products), that is less than the cost of just 4 month’s subscription for a Veretekk Gold System!

 To find out more about Mercer’s 100 Millionaires Club challenge go to

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The Healthy Coffee Company Ltd

T: +44 20 3239 8281




Monday, 11 February 2013

Cadac Safari Chef

Cadac Safari Chef

The Cadac Safari Chef

The lightweight Cadac Safari Chef is the ideal barbeque companion for safari lovers, fishermen, campers, and everyone who loves the outdoors, but have limited space in their vehicles for barbeque equipment.

As the name suggests the Cadac Safari Chef is a piece of equipment designed for multiple cooking options in the field. It operates from gas, is compact in design and exceptionally sturdy, making it perfect for the harsh African bush conditions.

You will have no fewer than five ways to prepare dishes as the Cadac Safari Chef comes with five interchangeable cooking surfaces with components that can be washed in a dishwasher. Sturdy, but attractive it can be carried around to ensure that you always have the cooking facilities you have at home wherever you go. Whether you want to prepare burgers on the grilling surface or make a flame grilled steak you will appreciate its versatile design. From kebabs to potatoes, eggs, water boiling and more can be prepared with this unique barbeque chef system. It has a non-stick flat plate for easy preparation of stir-fry meals and breakfasts for the whole family.

Prepare fat free dinners outdoors and start living healthier. It has been designed to prevent grease run-offs and with non-stick cooking surfaces, you will not have to be concerned about scrubbing afterwards.

The Cadac Safari Chef comes with a EN417 adaptor that allows it to run from both commercial cylinders and small camping canisters. RRP £85.50

Available from for £72 incl vat

Sunday, 10 February 2013

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