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China Kangtai Cactus Biotech, Inc. Announces Plans for New Product Launch
Date:9/10/2007

ut by the Department of Agriculture and the Institute for Nutrition and Food Safety of the Center of Disease Prevention and Control of China, cacti contain over 18 kinds of amino acid, carbohydrates, chief meal fibrin, carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K1, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, smoke acid, folacin, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, sodium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, iodine, and selenium. Various cactus products have been shown to provide health benefits and have been used to treat a variety of health issues including, diabetes, adiposity, constipation, cholesterol, high blood pressure, low immunity, and various skin disorders.

China Kangtai owns nearly 400 acres of farmland and grows three species of Mexican cacti and some of the Company's own cloned species. The Company owns an R & D institute that has successfully produced 31 product patents, 15 of which have already been approved. It currently produces and sells four cactus- based product categories: nutraceuticals, which are health and wellness dietary supplements; beverages, including juice, teas, beer, wine, and spirits; packaged foods, such as noodles, biscuits and pickles; and raw and intermediate cactus materials. There are about 36 existing products under these four categories.

Jinjiang Wang, Chief Executive Officer of China Kangtai Cactus Biotech commented, "Cactus-based products are well-received by the market in China and show huge growth potential. China Kangtai will continue to develop new products to meet the demand of the consumers, while penetrating the markets with its existing products."

Wang concluded, "Our Company remains focused on the quality and functionality of our products that deliver various health benefits to consumers. These new products will contribute positively to the Company's 2007 performance and beyond, and accelerate its revenue and profit growth. With 15 product patents and 16 pending approval, China Kangtai is the
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