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Tanke BioSciences To Host Leading Symposium On Food Safety, June 24-25
Date:6/22/2012

NEW YORK, June 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tanke BioSciences Corporation (OTCQB: TNBI), a China-based integrated biotech company that develops, manufactures, and markets animal feed additives and livestock nutritional products, today announced it will be sponsoring the Fifth Biannual International Symposium on Feed Additive, Animal Nutrition & Health, June 24 and 25, at the Dragon Lake Princess Hotel in Guangzhou, China.              

The Symposium, organized by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, will feature many of the world's top researchers in animal nutrition who will make presentations on the latest advances in animal feed additives and animal food safety.  These speakers and panelists will be from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture, the Chinese Academy of Engineering, as well as from leading universities in China, the U.S. and New Zealand. 

Among the speakers will be Dr. Paul J. Moughan, Distinguished Professor at Massey University, New Zealand and Fellow of the British Royal Society of Chemistry, and Dr. Xingen Lei, Professor of Molecular Nutrition at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Dr. Moughan is widely regarded as a world authority on mammalian protein metabolism and food evaluation science and has published some 350 works of scholarship.  Dr. Lei, a recipient of the prestigious Mead Johnson Award from the American Society of Nutritional Sciences, is generally considered to be among the foremost experts in animal food nutrition and safety.

Also making presentations will be Tanke's chief engineer, Professor Bing Teng, and the company's director of marketing, Dr. Zhiying Cui.  These presentations will discuss a number of new animal feed additives including organic trace mineral additives, a rapidly growing product category that offers many safety, cost and environmental advantages over c
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