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Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. and Its Wholly-Owned Subsidiary Carmela's Pizzeria Provide Update on Corporate Developments

WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/20/14 -- Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. ("Greenfield" or the "Company") (OTC: GRAS) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Carmela's Pizzeria are pleased to provide an update pertaining to recent corporate developments.

Carmela's Pizzeria Launches Growth Strategy:
The Company is pleased to report that it has initiated a search for prospective acquisition candidates in the Florida region. The Company has targeted a list of existing pizza outlets in the area and is pursuing these opportunities. Its goal in working to complete these acquisitions is to build shareholder value in expanding its footprint of locations and to also have a presence in a warmer climate where seasonal factors do not affect customer traffic into its stores, as in Ohio. Preference will be given to acquisition targets that are located within a 60 mile radius of the Company's West Palm Beach office.

Hershey's Ice Cream Products and Carmela's Treats:
The Company is also pleased to report that the recently implemented Hershey's Ice Cream products have been well received at Carmela's Pizzeria. The Carmela's Treats area to the restaurant is continuously gaining popularity amongst existing customers and is generating walk-in traffic amongst new clientele. The Company anticipates that the Hershey's product line featured at Carmela's Pizzeria will continue to do well and generate increased revenues during the coming summer months.

Carmela's Pizzeria Announces the Official Launch of New Website Attracting Customers and Future Franchise Owners:
Carmela's Pizzeria is excited to announce the official launch of their new website. Carmela's is delighted with the newly incorporated design and functionality and anticipates additional features to be implemented in the weeks to come. The Carmela's website also includes an interactive catering menu and ordering system. This new functionality allows customers to order items online and to make arrangements for delivery or pick-up. These new features will assist in driving repeat business to Carmela's by adding an additional level of outstanding service and convenience to the purchasing experience. The online ordering system will be enhanced through the implementation of a responsive mobile design that will allow customers to access the website through their mobile device. Carmela's has retained the services of a web developer and is currently working towards implementing these additional features in the weeks to come.

Update on Status of Public Filings:
The Company also reported that its annual 10-K report was filed on June 16, 2014. The Company is now focused on completing preparation of its quarterly 10-Q report pertaining to period ending March 31, 2014 and having it filed as soon as possible. Once the quarterly report has been filed, the Company will be current in its public filings.

Shareholders of the Company can expect to receive additional updates pertaining to these and other developments in the weeks to come.

About Greenfield Farms Food, Inc.
Greenfield is a publicly-traded, nominally capitalized company, operating through its wholly-owned subsidiary Carmela's Pizzeria CO, Inc. Carmela's Pizzeria restaurants includes pizza buffets, alcohol service, delivery and carry-out, depending on the location. Greenfield has previously been a limited producer and marketer of "grassfed" beef that supplied a North Carolina based grocer.

About Carmela's Pizzeria
Carmela's Pizzeria presently has three Dayton, Ohio area locations offering authentic New York style pizza. Carmela's offers a full service menu for Dine In, Carry out and Delivery as well as pizza buffets in select stores. Carmela's has been noted in the Dayton Daily News as one of "The Best Pizzerias" in Dayton. Visit the Carmela's website at:

Safe Harbor for Forward-looking Statements

This news release may contain forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the "safe harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. While these statements are made to convey to the public the company's progress, business opportunities and growth prospects, they are based on management's current beliefs and assumptions as to future events. However, since the company's operations and business prospects are always subject to risk and uncertainties, the forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this news release might not occur, and actual results could differ materially from those described, anticipated or implied. For a more complete discussion of such risks and uncertainties, please refer to the company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contact Information:
Greenfield Farms Food, Inc.
Henry Fong
(561) 373-8104

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