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Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Discusses Cooperative Efforts With Canadian Agricultural Ministry and Canadian Company
Date:2/4/2008

BEIJING and CLAREMONT, Calif., Feb. 4 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- (OTC Bulletin Board: KWBT) Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Corporation's CEO and Board Chairman, Mr. Wei Li, met to discuss cooperative ventures with members of the Canadian Agricultural Ministry and Natunola Health, Inc. of Ottawa (Toronto Venture Exchange Symbol: SXS).

Among the participants in the meetings with Mr. Li was Dr. Jianqiang Zhou who is the Chief Officer of Scientific Relations China, International Science Cooperation Bureau of Canadian Agricultural Ministry. During the session, Dr. Zhou introduced three main areas for cooperative development:
-- advanced technology for growing oats

-- a breeding program for promising potatoes,

-- soil nutrient measurement and development of formulas and

fertilization technology transferring experience from research being

conducted for Kiwa at China Agricultural University Mr. Zhou looks to Kiwa to bring a commercial operation focus for the above three projects in order to effectively utilize available governmental capital and support. Based on the successful government directed communication between these two countries, project implementation needs experienced commercial business companies with demonstrated strengths to join together.

Mr. Li also met with Dr. Nam Fong Han, President and CEO, of Canadian listed company, Natunola Health, Inc. (Toronto Venture Exchange Symbol: SXS) in Ottawa, to discuss working together through Canada-China Agri-Technology cooperation arrangements including possible commercial cooperation between Natunola and Kiwa in the near future. Natunola Health Inc. specializes in developing products derived from natural sources primarily for human health, personal care and animal nutritional market. Natunola Health Inc. helps the commercialization of one of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) patented technologies, omega-3 flaxseed dehulling technology, and has an
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