BCHI which is an acronym for Buying Collective Holdings Inc., is a disruptor to the $596 billion US grocery industry. The company which delivers organic and non-GMO foods directly to the consumer at wholesale prices has zero marketing, advertising and customer acquisition costs due to its developing and now operating its proprietary Health Merchant Network.

BCHI is poised to attain a billion dollar valuation by end of 2018 and a valuation in excess of ten billion by 2020 for two reasons:

  • US consumers are not aware of the serious dangers from ingesting foods that contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms). BCHI is uniquely positioned to educate the consumer.
  • The demand by individuals to start digital businesses so that they can participate in the transformation of the economy from industrial to digital is accelerating at warp speed. BCHI is uniquely positioned to fill the demand since its online health merchant stores are affordable to thousands of health care professionals and entrepreneurs.

As of 2015, 75% of all foods on US grocery store shelves, equivalent to $450 billion annually, contained GMO ingredients. This is indicative that the vast majority of consumers have not been adequately educated about the dangers of GMO laden foods. See Politfact “Sen. Donna Nesselbush: three quarters of processed foods have genetically modified organisms”, March 6, 2015. The company success is imperative for the well-being of the US population since the US is by far the world’s largest grower of genetically engineered crops and producer and consumer of GMO (genetically modified organisms) foods.

Since 1996, the percentage of the genetically engineered corn, cotton and soy crops has increased from less than 20% to over 80%. See chart below.

Since the introduction of genetically engineered crops in the US in 1996, the disease rates in the US have sky rocketed. See “Study Links GMOs To Over 22 Different Diseases”, Natural Society. The impact of GMO foods on human reproduction has been frightening. The following have all risen sharply:

  • Infertility
  • Spontaneous abortions
  • Infant mortality
  • Premature deliveries
  • Testicle damage
  • Low birth weight

The rate of growth of the incidences of liver and kidney cancers almost tripled between 1996 and 2012. See Kidney and Liver charts below:

There is an obvious high correlation between the acceleration of genetically modified crops and the ingestion of GMO foods by consumers with its corollary health concerns. For this reason, the US population is, or should be, dependent on BCHI and the others to make non-GMO foods affordable and accessible. The US consumer can and will get behind BCHI.

Due to GMO foods accounting for $450 billion of the $596 billion that US consumers spend the US grocery industry, the industry is ripe for disruption. Pardon the pun. As health concerns escalate, the trend has been more and more of the less affluent consumers being willing to pay a premium for truly all-natural organic foods. The 5 minute video “Digital disruptor companies have the potential to get $10 billion valuations quickly” which explains how UBER disrupted another of the world’s largest industries is highly recommended.

The 7 minute video below entitled “BCHI, a trophy case opportunity due to its having upside potential of more than 100X” is highly recommended.

Disclaimer.Mr. Markowski’s predictions are frequently ahead of the curve. The September 2007 predictionsthat appeared in his EquitiesMagazine.com column stated that share-price collapses of the five major brokers, including Lehman and Bear Stearns, were imminent. While accurate, they proved to be premature. For this reason he had to advise readers to get out a second time in his January 2008 column entitled “Brokerages and the Sub-Prime Crash”.His third and final warning to get out, and stay out, occurred in October of 2008 after Lehman had filed for bankruptcy. In that article “The Carnage for Financials Isn’t Over”he reiterated that share prices for Goldman and Morgan Stanley were too high. By the end of November 2008, the share prices of both had fallen by an additional 60% and 70%, respectively — new all-time lows.