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Most Expensive Teas in the World Worth US$44,500 per 4 Ounces Each are Positioned for International Distribution Says Protein Reactor Combined Fuels Inc (OTC: PRCF) Founder Chairman and CEO Nestor C. Buenaflor
Date:6/17/2011

TAMPA, Fla., June 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After the Strategic Meeting with its Officers in China 2 days ago, Protein Reactor Combined Fuels Inc (OTC:PRCF) and its Principal Company Euro-Pacific Fuels Tech Corporation (http://www.europacificgroup.com ) Founder Chairman and CEO announced the company's readiness to Distribute Internationally the 3 Different Varieties of the Highest Quality Teas in the world which as of now are the Most Expensive Teas in the World worth approximately US$44,500 each per 4 Ounces FOB China.

PRCF (http://www.proteinreactor.com ) Officer and Managing Director for China Region Mr. Jiao Zhimin (Masters Degree in Mathematics) said, "These 3 Varieties of Teas are the highest quality Teas in the world and we are ready to offer them to Tea Connoisseurs for their appreciation with blissful satisfaction. These Teas will bring them good health."

These most expensive Teas in the World were given as Gift to Emperor Akihito of Japan after the Nuclear Disaster near Tokyo. The Most Expensive Teas were also offered as gifts to the UK Prime Minister, Queen Elizabeth of UK and Prince William of UK on his wedding day to name a few prominent personalities.

There are several varieties of Teas also offered by the company with more affordable prices for consumers who love to drink Tea as part of their regular routine and lifestyle.

"Our company's strategy is to provide the consumers the highest quality products that are most useful to their lives like our Protein Reactor Technology where our Protein with Natural Herbs Products are useful as Food Supplements to restore and rejuvenate damaged cells back into healthy cells. Our Scientific Studies show that Human Cells which were damaged by radiation therapy or other causes are restored to its normal bio-structure through structural interaction with our Protein Herbs Products on the Molecular L
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