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BioNeutral Group Secures Three Initial Trial Orders for its Ogiene™ Odor Neutralizer & Multi-Purpose Cleaner Product Line
Date:3/8/2011

NEWARK, N.J. and LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BioNeutral Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BONU), a specialty life science technology-based company, today announced that it has received three new initial trial orders for its highly diverse Ogiene™ line of unregulated products.

The initial orders were made by Indiana-based Oakland City University, Kentucky-based Grayson County Fiscal Court House, and Exceptional Teens and Adults (ETA), which is a structured program providing care and support to teens and adults that have been diagnosed with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

The orders, which resulted from the BioNeutral executive team's recent trip to Kentucky, are the first in what is expected to be a long-term relationship with BioNeutral and its game changing line of products, for each organization involved.

The Ogiene™ odor eliminating product line has received acclaim in life sciences circles for its ability to neutralize odors with a dramatic increase in speed and power over its rivals in the marketplace. Its multi-purpose cleaner and stain remover has repeatedly proven its effectiveness and ease of use in direct consumer based field trials. Ogiene's™ proprietary technology platform has been proven highly effective in both surface and airborne applications. Other formulas that will soon be introduced into the market are the Sport Odor Eliminator (for use on all sports equipment), Graffiti Remover and White Board Rejuvenator. All of the Ogiene™ products are environmentally safe and do not harm the worlds food supply.

This announcement continues to build on the momentum which BioNeutral has achieved since the beginning of the year. Last week, the company announced that the EPA has granted
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