November 8, 2016 – Vancouver, BC
New Age Farm Inc. (CSE:NF) (OTC:NWGFF) (FSE:ONF) (www.newagefarminc.com) (“New Age Farm” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that one of its licensed tenant-growers is preparing to harvest the first full crop to be grown at our Washington State Green Campuses. All New Age Farm’s tenant-growers hold Tier 2 or 3 producer and / or processor licenses issued by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. Each Tier 3 licensee can grow up to 30,000 square feet of plant canopy and each Tier 2 licensee can grow up to 10,000 square feet of plant canopy. The current tenant harvesting is a Tier 2, production only licensee. Crops have the potential to be harvested every 90 days and upon completion of the build outs currently underway, the Company’s tenant-growers will have the capacity to harvest up to 40,000 square feet of plants every 90 days.

Carman Parente, President and CEO of New Age Farm commented: “This is a truly significant milestone for us; this first harvest will generate revenues that will help us move our strategic plan forward. The new facilities will allow us to increase planting, get more tenant-grower operations up and running and generate income that will increase shareholder value. These are exciting times for the Company and our stakeholders.”

About New Age Farm

Washington State
Through its Washington State subsidiary, New Age Farm owns two properties, one located in Sumas, WA, and the other in Oroville, WA, where it offers fully built out turnkey service operations to licensed I-502 tenant-growers who will lease the facilities for production and / or processing. With three leases already in place, operations in Washington State have begun and will expand further as the Company completes its build outs. In compliance with state regulatory requirements, New Age Farm’s facilities feature 24 hour security that enhances the safety and security of the community, our tenant-growers and their operations. All New Age Farm’s tenant-growers hold either Tier 2 or Tier 3 licenses allowing them to produce and / or process marijuana for sale at wholesale to marijuana processor licensees and to other marijuana producer licensees. A Tier 3 license allows for between ten thousand square feet and thirty thousand square feet of dedicated plant canopy while Tier 2 licensees can have up to ten thousand square feet of dedicated plant canopy. Revenue is generated on a base lease rate and the level of service that the tenant-grower requires for its production and / or its processing needs.
Sales of marijuana products in Washington state have for the first time surpassed $200 million in a quarter. The News Tribune reports residents and visitors bought more marijuana than ever before in the second quarter of 2016, based on an analysis of purchase and tax records from two state agencies. In the first quarter of 2016 January, February and March people spent $54.8 million more on spirits than marijuana, which includes the cost of the products and its associated taxes. By the second quarter April, May and June that gap closed to nearly $37 million. Those amounts include taxes levied by the state on those products. Spirits sales do not include wine and beer. Marijuana sales include all cannabis products, but not paraphernalia. Marijuana sales in the second quarter of 2016 amounted to nearly $212 million. Spirits sales in the same period amounted to almost $249 million. In July, the state closed medical marijuana shops, making all sales go through licensed recreational marijuana storefronts. Sales at retail pot shops shot up by $66.6 million in the third quarter of the year, to $278.6 million. Washington voters legalized recreational marijuana in 2012. Earlier this month voters in California, Massachusetts and Nevada approved recreational pot. Colorado, Oregon and Alaska have also legalized recreational marijuana.

About the Washington I-502 Marijuana Market
In November 2012, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (“WSLCB”) passed Initiative 502
(“I-502”) pursuant to a vote by the people of the State of Washington. I-502 authorized the WSLCB to
regulate and tax recreational marijuana products for persons over twenty-one years of age and thereby
created a new industry for the growing, processing and selling of Washington State-regulated recreational
marijuana products. A recent WSLCB commissioned report by the Rand organization suggests that there
are currently up to 650,000 recreational marijuana users in Washington State, worth approximately $1.25
– $1.5 Billion USD in annual sales.

British Columbia
Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, NHS Industries Ltd. (“NHS”), New Age owns a five and a half acre
greenhouse facility in the lower mainland of BC with a 48,000 square foot greenhouse facility. NHS is in
the process of formulating innovative proposals for small scale agricultural facilities for exploring multiple
avenues for cash flow processes. Anticipating Canadian federal government regulations regarding the
legalization of cannabis for recreational purposes is one avenue that NHS will be exploring. NHS also
intends to look at other high value crop possibilities such as hemp and its potential revenue generation.
Management’s intent is for NHS to achieve positive cash flow as expediently as possible, all the while
developing and maintaining multiple product income streams that will foster profitability, rather than
relying on a single market sector.
For further information about New Age Farm, please consult the Company’s profile on SEDAR at
www.sedar.com.

On Behalf of the Board Of Directors
Carman Parente
President and Chief Executive Officer
[email protected]

For Further Information Contact
Catherine Jones
Corporate Communications
[email protected]
888-871-3936

WWW.NEWAGEFARMINC.COM

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