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Kentucky Hospital Association Solutions Group Outlines Next Steps for BioNeutral Partnership
Date:1/6/2011

NEWARK, N.J., Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BioNeutral Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BONU), a specialty life science technology-based company, today announced it has received correspondence from KHA Solutions Group following a December 2010 meeting in Kentucky.

KHA Solutions Group, a for-profit entity and a wholly owned subsidiary of Kentucky Hospital Association, indicated that pending further investigation into BioNeutral and its products, BioNeutral may be selected as a partner in KHA Solutions Group's Affinity Partner Program. KHA Solutions Group exists primarily to support KHA financially, by generating non-dues revenue and is governed by a board of KHA member hospital executives. At board direction, the Affinity Partner Program seeks best-in-class companies which provide a valuable product or service to member hospitals, and forms strategic partnerships with those companies for mutual benefit.  

Referring to the value of a potential partnership as "multi-faceted", KHA Solutions group outlined the additional due diligence that will be necessary before a partnership may be entered, including Ygiene's regulatory approval, negotiation of acceptable financial terms and board approval. Upon acceptance into the program, a marketing plan would be collaboratively developed.

"We are encouraged by our ongoing interactions with KHA Solutions Group," said Dr. Andy Kielbania, PhD, Chief Scientist and Director at BioNeutral, "and are looking forward to partnering with local Kentucky organizations to provide the platform for a new level of safety and effectiveness for hospitals and patients throughout the state."

For more information on BioNeutral, including a listing of company products, leadership and background please visit www.bioneutralgroup.com.  

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