Veritas Group Limited is an innovative clean technology company offering novel solutions for the global problem of organic fertilizer, sustainable water and energy supply.
Our proactive solutions are the catalyst for expanding regional economic development and providing NPK 75, an organic nano-fertilizer, safe potable water, reliable electricity and protein rich animal feed around the world in areas where water treatment and power generation technology are antiquated and in dire need of complete renewal.
Veritas Group Limited is dedicated to making the world a better place for future generations to enjoy.
Veritas Common Shares (VERI.BH) are listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (“BSX”
How big is the Fertilizer industry? The global fertilizer market amounted to more than 193 billion U.S. dollars in 2021, an increase of roughly 12 percent in comparison with the previous year. However, the fertilizer industry suffers from two gaping problems:
(1) The prevailing fertilizers in the world consisting of chemically based Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphate (“NPK”) are known pollutants of ground water, soil depleters, and a major cause of algae blooms endangering aquatic life throughout the vast expanse of waterways.
(2) There is a severe shortage of NPK as a result of world events, currently and for the foreseeable future, which has led to the potential of food shortages and starvation in the more vulnerable parts of the world.
Veritas is a distributor for NPK 75, a “Climate Smart” liquid fertilizer containing nano-sized trace minerals and micronutrients that helps grow food and restores soil over time. NPK 75 is more than 50% less expensive than prevailing NPK fertilizers, saving cash strapped farmers under massive financial strain. NPK 75 eliminates the negative environmental effects of NPK, and produces larger, healthier, more disease resistant plants producing greater harvests and a shorter growing cycle.
NPK 75 utilizes a proven USA patented technology to nano-size natural and pre-chelated trace minerals from mineral rich deposits. When used, the technology results in restored damaged soils, increased water retention (resulting in reduced water usage), reduced need for pesticides and traditional fertilizers, increased plant health and productivity and shortened growing times.