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Niusule Expands Geographic Footprint in China
Date:11/18/2009

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About Niusule Biotech Corp.

Niusule Biotech Corp. ("Niusule" or "the Company"), through its wholly owned subsidiary Niusule Bioengineering (Hangzhou) Co. Ltd., develops and distributes health food and related products manufactured in the US to Chinese consumers. The Company launched its Niusule Gummy Bears nutritional supplements for children in September 2009 and its PlantFusion protein powder in July 2009. Niusule currently has a retail distribution network comprised of 36 outlets at high-end supermarkets and shopping malls in Zhejiang province and is aggressively seeking to expand into other regions in China. Niusule was founded in April 2008 and is headquartered in Monrovia, California. For more information, contact CCG Investor Relations directly or go to Niusule's website at http://www.niusule.com.

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