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2 Forward-Looking Statement This presentation contains statements that constitute “forward-looking” statements within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1993 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of “Forward-looking” statements contained in this presentation include the intent, belief or current expectations of the Company and its senior management team with respect to future actions by the Company, prospects of the Company’s operations, profits from future operations, overall future business prospects and long-term stockholder value, as well as the assumptions upon which such statements are based. Investors are cautioned that any such “forward-looking” statements are not guarantees of future performance, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such “forward-looking” statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contemplated by the “forward-looking” statement in this presentation include, but are not limited to, adverse developments involving operations of the Company’s business units, failure to meet operating objectives or to execute the business plan, the failure to reach revenue or profit projections and the failure to retain and hire key personnel and management. The Company undertakes no obligation to update or revise the “forward-looking” statements contained in this presentation to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events, or changes to future operating results over time.

3 Corporate Description Global Green, Inc. introduces Salmogenics™, a new patented vaccine to help combat the dangerous effects that Salmonella bacteria produce in animals and human beings. Global Green, upon USDA approval, plans to manufacture, market and sell the vaccine in the poultry industry.

4 A unique, new patented vaccine to combat the devastating effects of Salmonella

5 Why This Vaccine? No Live Injection In-Ovo Injection Healthier Chicken

6 Company Highlights Worldwide Market Opportunity Worldwide Market Opportunity Exclusive Rights to Two Patents Owned by N.H.I.L., a research affiliate and majority shareholder Exclusive Rights to Two Patents Owned by N.H.I.L., a research affiliate and majority shareholder Only Source of New Patented Vaccine Offering: Only Source of New Patented Vaccine Offering: Protection from deadly Salmonella bacteria Protection from deadly Salmonella bacteria Healthier protein source Healthier protein source Potential to improve the lives of millions of people Potential to improve the lives of millions of people Product Expansion Potential Product Expansion Potential

7 Agenda Market Opportunity Market Opportunity Business Strategy Business Strategy

8 Market Opportunity

9 Market Overview Approximately 1.3 billion humans contract salmonella annually, with 2-3 million resulting in death Approximately 1.3 billion humans contract salmonella annually, with 2-3 million resulting in death 1 million humans in the U.S. contract salmonella annually 1 million humans in the U.S. contract salmonella annually 40 billion chickens will benefit from the salmonella vaccine 40 billion chickens will benefit from the salmonella vaccine Salmonella is the scientific name for over 2,500 types of bacteria Salmonella is the scientific name for over 2,500 types of bacteria

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11 The Problem is Public The Problem is Public “Salmonella is common in poultry, so it’s not illegal for meat to be tainted with the pathogen.” CBS News, August 2011 meat to be tainted with the pathogen.” CBS News, August 2011 “For every laboratory-confirmed case of Salmonella, there are at least 29 unreported cases.” Centers for Disease Control, 2011

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14 2010 USDA Mandate Reduce the percentage of Salmonella infected chicken allowed on the market from 7% to 5% Salmogenics has been shown in efficacy studies to help accomplish these strict requirements

15 USDA Approval Progress In last stages of testing and trials In last stages of testing and trials Vaccine proven to be safe, non-toxic and causes no harm to the animal Vaccine proven to be safe, non-toxic and causes no harm to the animal Studies to date conclude that Salmogenics reduces Salmonella contamination Studies to date conclude that Salmogenics reduces Salmonella contamination

16 USDA Final Phase Status Identify and contract USDA-approved vaccine manufacturer Identify and contract USDA-approved vaccine manufacturer Assure requirements from the vaccine manufacturer will meet USDA requirements Assure requirements from the vaccine manufacturer will meet USDA requirements Conclusion submitted to USDA must specify: Conclusion submitted to USDA must specify: vaccine product can be safely and standardly commercially applied by the intended customers vaccine product can be safely and standardly commercially applied by the intended customers claims are sustainable and reproducible when applied to larger populations of birds claims are sustainable and reproducible when applied to larger populations of birds vaccine can be used in other circumstances such as a combined treatment with other vaccines vaccine can be used in other circumstances such as a combined treatment with other vaccines Submit final results to USDA for approval Submit final results to USDA for approval

17 A proven solution to reducing the incidence and prevalence of Salmonella in poultry, which can cause food poisoning in humans A proven solution to reducing the incidence and prevalence of Salmonella in poultry, which can cause food poisoning in humans Changes the approach to the control of the spread of an economically devastating disease Changes the approach to the control of the spread of an economically devastating disease

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20 Organic Poultry Retail Market Sales $161 Million Source: USDA $600 Million

21 Source: Dolcera Analysis

22 Key Growth Drivers Poultry Vaccine Market (Estimated to be $5.4 billion by 2015) Growth of diseases in animals Growth of diseases in animals Increasing public awareness Increasing public awareness Technological advancements Technological advancements Ability of vaccines to Ability of vaccines to Promote growth Promote growth Develop immunity against diseases Develop immunity against diseases Lower animal mortality rate Lower animal mortality rate Source: Global Industry Analysts

23 Potential Problems with Water Borne or Spray Vaccinations with Chickens Multiple poultry caretakers involved Multiple poultry caretakers involved Variety of vaccination equipment used Variety of vaccination equipment used Re-use of containers = vaccine residues Re-use of containers = vaccine residues Defective vaccine distribution patterns Defective vaccine distribution patterns Mixing vaccines for a complete day Mixing vaccines for a complete day Incorrect dosage of vaccine or diluent Incorrect dosage of vaccine or diluent End Result: Added human interactions + labor costs + stress on poultry

24 Advantages of In Ovo Vaccinations Earlier immunity Uniform delivery Fast delivery Reduced stress Reduced labor costs Future products Egg YolkNeedle Air Chamber Shell

25 The Global Green Advantage is Significant Earlier immunity Uniform delivery Fast delivery Reduced stress Reduced labor costs Improved productivity Future products

26 Benefits to the Entire System Poultry Growers Fast delivery Fast delivery Uniform delivery system Uniform delivery system Reduced labor costs for inoculation Reduced labor costs for inoculation Chicken Less trauma Earlier immunity from Salmonella Humans Healthier protein source Environment Environmentally friendly Food Service Handlers Reduced contamination Reduced contamination Healthier customers and Healthier customers and families families

27 Other Vaccines Live Bird Incompatible with Marek ’ s Disease Vaccine Increased Cost  Non-Standardized Dosage Delivery More Susceptible to Secondary Infections Labor Intensive Trauma Less Cost, Higher Conversion, Healthier Humans Salmogenics In Ovo Improved Conversion  Reduced Cost No Trauma Early Immunity Uniform Delivery Compatible with Marek ’ s Disease Vaccine

28 Additional Market Applications

29 Salmogenics = Safer Egg Worldwide egg market = 1.3 trillion eggs per year

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31 Business Strategy

32 Complete final requirements for USDA approval Complete final requirements for USDA approval Receive final approval by USDA Receive final approval by USDA Develop marketing and sales structure to effectively convert market to Salmogenics Develop marketing and sales structure to effectively convert market to Salmogenics Establish Salmogenics as standard in the industry Establish Salmogenics as standard in the industry Innovate through internal new product development Innovate through internal new product development Establish a leadership position in vaccine technology with Salmogenics as the foundation Establish a leadership position in vaccine technology with Salmogenics as the foundation

33 Top 10 Broiler Chicken Companies Representing 73.7% of Chickens Processed Annually #1Tyson Foods, Inc. #2Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. #3Perdue Farms, Inc. #4Sanderson Farms, Inc. #5Koch Foods, Inc. #6Wayne Farms, LLC #7Mountainaire Farms, Inc. #8House of Raeford Farms, Inc. #9Foster Farms, Inc. #10Peco Foods, Inc. Source:Watt PoultryUSA Feb 2010

34 Past Developed Salmogenics vaccine Present Intense focus on sales and marketing strategy is gaining traction Future Growth and profitability Global Green Evolution and Growth Trajectory

35 Market Penetration Strategies Strong and reliable regulatory approvals Strong and reliable regulatory approvals Research data publications Research data publications Company and product name recognition Company and product name recognition Advertising in leading publications Advertising in leading publications Animal production Animal production Food safety Food safety Strong and experienced technical staff working with poultry industry experts Strong and experienced technical staff working with poultry industry experts Strong sales force focusing on top tier customers Strong sales force focusing on top tier customers

36 Major Players in Veterinary Vaccine Market Source: Company Annual Reports Company Revenues from Animal Health in 2010 ($ Bn) Pfizer3.575 Merck2.900 Sanofi-Aventis2.635 Bayer Healthcare0.800 Virbac0.781 Novartis0.500 Boehringer Ingelheim0.354 Heska Corporation0.065

37 Salmogenics Competitive Advantages Patent positions Patent positions Improved immune system of fowl = improved health and welfare of bird and humans Improved immune system of fowl = improved health and welfare of bird and humans Healthier chickens = healthier protein source Healthier chickens = healthier protein source Vaccine injected directly into egg = reduced time and labor costs Vaccine injected directly into egg = reduced time and labor costs End result = success of Salmogenics End result = success of Salmogenics

38 Timeline 1986 – Dr. Sotomayor began research on animal health vaccines 1986 – Dr. Sotomayor began research on animal health vaccines 1995 – Technology brought to U.S – Technology brought to U.S – USDA approved validation study begins 1997 – USDA approved validation study begins 2008 – NHIL secures worldwide rights to Salmogenics 2008 – NHIL secures worldwide rights to Salmogenics 2010 – Studies as required by USDA contracted to AHPharma 2010 – Studies as required by USDA contracted to AHPharma 2010 – NHIL grants Salmogenics rights to Global Green 2010 – NHIL grants Salmogenics rights to Global Green Feb 2011 – USDA Phase 4 trials began Feb 2011 – USDA Phase 4 trials began May 2011 – Receive patent on vaccine composition May 2011 – Receive patent on vaccine composition

39 Timeline (cont’d) Aug 2011 – Receive patent on method and composition Aug 2011 – Receive patent on method and composition Oct 2011 – SEC approves Form S-1 (IPO) Oct 2011 – SEC approves Form S-1 (IPO) Nov 2011 – Phase 4 Salmonella challenge study completed Nov 2011 – Phase 4 Salmonella challenge study completed March 2012 – FINRA approval March 2012 – FINRA approval March 2012 – Final report on Phase 4 Efficacy/Challenge study March 2012 – Final report on Phase 4 Efficacy/Challenge study April 2012 – DTC application filed April 2012 – DTC application filed April/May - USDA-approved production facility to be chosen April/May - USDA-approved production facility to be chosen

40 The Management Team Name Function Dr. Mehran Ghazvini, DC,NMDChairman, CEO and Treasurer Dr. Rene Reed, DC, NMD VP, Secretary and Director

41 Investment Highlights Worldwide Market Opportunity Worldwide Market Opportunity Proprietary Patent Positions Proprietary Patent Positions Focused on Contributing to Human Welfare through Technology in Vaccines and other Nutraceuticals Focused on Contributing to Human Welfare through Technology in Vaccines and other Nutraceuticals Well Positioned for the Future Well Positioned for the Future American-Made American-Made

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