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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

evel," disclosed Nestor C. Buenaflor.

"We are a Natural Bio-Technology based company focused on Protein Nutrition Therapeutics through Food Supplements Products. Our scientists have found very efficient ways using Protein with Herbs to provide Fuels to the Human Cells. Our company also developed Livestock Feeds that can boost animal growth and reproduction tremendously in a natural way without using Synthetic Chemicals and Anti-Biotics. This natural effective way of our products as food supplements can help improve the Immune System of the consumers as well their general health much more those people who are living with Cancers and HIV / AIDS. Some of our studies showed slowing of the spread of Cancer Cells and Infected Cells also." explained Nestor C. Buenaflor.

Statistical Research on the Market of Protein Therapeutics had been estimated to be in Tens of Billions of US Dollars. Please go to the following websites for Market Research Information and References: a) http://www.lifesciencesworld.com/news/view/7533 ;
b) http://www.activery.com/pharmaceutical-market-news/168-the-global-protein-therapeutics-market-will-be-worth-77bn-by-2011-with-biogenerics-playing-an-increasingly-important-rol

"Our Technologies have many applications and we are proud to say that we can cover a very large market in the world in the area of Protein Nutrition Therapeutics as food supplements. One very good application of our Technologies is in Protein Beverages and Food where we are one of the first in the market and with this we surely can get a very large number of loyal consumers. The other untapped market is the use of our Bio-Technologies on Livestock Management in a Natural Approach and to be involved in this v
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