Nate’s Foods Co. (NHMD) Keeps Getting Batter And Batter

NHMD StockThe coming weeks are looking to be big ones for the penny stock of Nate’s Foods Co. (NHMD) as it continues to experience a surge of interest which began back in the middle of May. The distributors of Nate’s Pancakes, a ready-to-use, pre-mixed pancake and waffle batter delivered in a pressurized can, are set to have their product launch party on November 15 in Vegas which has traders sopping up gains on the 2nd run NHMD stock has had in the last 7 weeks. With news flowing almost daily and plans for a pre-mixed omelet in a ready to use pressurized can also due to some out, how a Company buying, selling and racing of thoroughbreds, who’s penny stock was pumped months ago is involved, could spoil any chances of sweet, syrupy profits for those who are late to the party.

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Nate’s Foods only recently came onto the OTC stage after they took over the deregistered shell of Capital Resource Alliance, Inc. in May when Nate’s Pancakes, Inc. reversed merged into it. What they brought with them was a licensing deal throughout the world to sell “Nate’s Homemade” which will start costing them 7.5% of the gross revenues and $7,500 a month beginning January, 2015.

Prior to the inked merger and assumption of the Capital Resource Alliance shell, Joseph Wade, CEO of Embarr Downs, Inc. (EMBR), announced via PR that a deal was due to be struck with Nate’s. The same creators of Batter Blaster which sold nearly 2 million cans got Wade’s WB Partners to verbally commit to $750,000 in capital to help them market the product through 3 phases:

Phase 1: Infomercials aired on television and radio.
Phase 2: Selling product on QVC
Phase 3: Placement of products in retail and club stores (such as Wal-Mart and Costco).

WB Partners started showing up in some SEC filings only this year. While there’s links to Southcorp Capital, Inc. (STHC), the more interesting one is via an 8K filed by Embarr Downs which states how WB Partners, the Company’s subsidiary, was compensated $200,000 which was paid in shares of NHMD for its consulting services. Agree to pony up $750,000 and receive $200,000 in stock – hmmmmm.

In any event, the PR parade Nate’s Foods has been on since the start of October has been effective enough to help draw attention to NHMD stock in such a way that not once, but twice that ticker has run from it’s apparent support level of around 0.02 to yesterday’s new high of 0.047. Focusing themselves on the ready-to-cook breakfast industry has each morning of trading looking like those who had their Wheaties are trading NHMD stock correctly.

Those that have been keeping up with the SEC filings as well as the PR have been taking note of how Nate Steck, CEO of Nate’s Foods, has been more than happy to answer questions that investors have been asking. The 2 most recent 8K filings from October 31 and 29 discuss:

Are any deals with grocery stores dependent on the development of new products?;
Is the shelf stable a condition on any deals with grocery stores?;
When is your 10Q due to be filed with the SEC?;
Where are the productions facility located?;
Why are you expanding with the One Minute Omelet?;
If you haven’t signed any contracts for Nate’s Pancakes why expand?; and
Did you have any revenue last quarter?

Whether the answers published via SEC filings has been the cause for NHMD stock to have erupted to new highs as of yesterday’s session is an interpretation only those involved can determine. The act of doing such actions does speak volumes though since most CEOs would go the cheaper route which is to just simply issue PR. Just think, as of May 31, 2014 the Company had $150 in cash for a total of $150 in assets.

So why is Embarr Downs involved with Nate’s Foods? A Schedule 13 was filed just 2 weeks ago stating how the Company focused on thoroughbreds owns 6,700,000 shares of NHMD. Can it be that horses run faster and win more races by eating pancakes that come from a pressurized can or is it just a coincidence that what was once a pumped penny stock is involved with a PR happy penny stock that is looking to have a big party in 2 weeks time?

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About NHMD Stock

Nate’s Foods Co., un by the creator of the product Batter Blaster, is a development stage company that, is focused on their product line, Nate’s Homemade pancake and waffle batter, a ready-to-use, pre-mixed pancake and waffle batter delivered in a pressurized can.

Click here to view the SEC filings for NHMD.
Click here to view the website for Nate’s Foods Co.

Authorized: 300,000,000
Issued and Outstanding: 67,200,000

Last 5 Trading Sessions:

Date Open High Low Last Change % Chg Volume
11/04/14 0.0400 0.0470 0.0375 0.0445 +0.0075 +20.27% 2,347,100
11/03/14 0.0399 0.0400 0.0350 0.0370 -0.0014 -3.65% 956,000
10/31/14 0.0370 0.0404 0.0340 0.0384 +0.0040 +11.63% 954,700
10/30/14 0.0314 0.0400 0.0314 0.0344 -0.0005 -1.43% 758,600
10/29/14 0.0339 0.0349 0.0320 0.0349 +0.0044 +14.43% 238,400


Bottom Line:

NHMD should try to see if it can test the 0.05 ceiling it has yet to be able to break past after yesterday’s new recent high was set. Since volume has only once broken past 3,000,000 since the shell was taken over in May and NHMD stock surged to 0.1145, seeing it on the most actively traded penny stocks is unlikely, but it doesn’t mean the next two weeks of trading couldn’t be even batter than what it is right now.

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