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Zymes LLC's Omega-3 Enhanced Water OmegaChill to be Distributed at NFL Alumni Super Bowl XLIV Weekend Events on February 5-7th, 2010

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Zymes LLC is pleased to announce that OmegaChill, the world's first Omega-3 enhanced water, will be sampled at the NFL Alumni's Super Bowl XLIV Weekend events on February 5-7th, 2010, in Miami, Florida.  This presence of OmegaChill at Super Bowl XLIV Weekend events along with the NFL Alumni's interest in products promoting long term heart and mind health will serve as keynotes to Zymes LLC's launch of OmegaChill into the South Florida retail marketplace.

"We are extremely excited to have OmegaChill highlighted during the festivities surrounding Super Bowl XLIV," said Mr. Vincent Morano, President and CEO of Zymes LLC.  "More importantly our product has gained consumer attraction by the growing recognition of Omega-3s (EPA/DHA) beneficial impact on heart and mind health.  We are enthused by the strong interest expressed in OmegaChill by the South Florida retail marketplace."

In the spring of 2009, Zymes LLC, announced the successful bottling and launch of the world's first Omega-3 enhanced water, OmegaChill (  This innovative enhanced water uses Zymes' patented PTS technology to solubilize and stabilize fish-derived Omega-3s.  The resulting beverage delivers 50mg of EPA/DHA and has long-term shelf-stability at room temperature.  The beverage also contains Vitamins C, E, B3, B5, B6, B12, and a natural sweetener, Stevia with zero calories per bottle.  The beverage is currently available in two flavors, Clearberry and Lemon-lime (lemon-lime contains electrolytes).  While Zymes LLC is seeking additional distribution partners for its OmegaChill enhanced waters, the PTS technology is available for licensing for other food and beverage categories.

About Zymes LLC:

Zymes LLC is a bioscience company based in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ that provides innovative solutions to its partners and consumers through proprietary science and technology, enabling new products to enhance the well-being of people.  For more information please visit or




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