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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

its approval and registration (Reg No: 81242-1) for BioNeutral'sYgiene™ antimicrobial product line, after an intensive six month review & several years of R&D.

"We are pleased to see our efforts in Kentucky begin to show positive movement with these initial orders made by Oakland City University, Grayson County Fiscal Court House and Exceptional Teens and Adults, for our unregulated Ogiene line of products," said Stephen J. Browand President and CEO of BioNeutral Group, Inc. "Once people use these various Ogiene™ products in a real world application they quickly become believers, that our product claims are true."

About BioNeutral Group, Inc.Headquartered at the New Jersey Institute of Technology/EDC in Newark, BioNeutral Group, Inc., is a specialty technology-based life science company which has developed a technology platform that neutralizes harmful environmental contaminants, toxins and dangerous micro-organisms including bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi and spores. BioNeutral's products, Ygiene™ and Ogiene™, kill germs and clean surfaces with a dramatic increase in speed and power over their rivals in the marketplace.  BioNeutral's proprietary platform technology has been proven effective in surface, water and airborne applications. Its antimicrobial line of products under the Ygiene™ brand have been approved by the EPA for sale in the United States and has previously  been approved for sale in Germany and it is also  permitted to be sold in the UK, France and Sweden. AutoNeutral is a Registered trademark of BioNeutral Group, Inc. For more information on BioNeutral, including a listing of company products, leadership and background please visit www.bioneutralgroup.com.  

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