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Tasker Products to Showcase Tasker Blue at International Poultry Expo
Date:1/23/2008

Company to present at world's leading poultry industry conference this week

FAIR LAWN, N.J., Jan. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Tasker Products Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: TKER), a distributor and marketer of proprietary technology effective in inhibiting pathogenic bacteria, today reported that it will exhibit its poultry processing application, Tasker Blue, an anti-microbial and yield enhancement product, at the International Poultry Expo in Atlanta, Georgia January 23-25. Conference attendees from around the world are expected to exceed 20,000. In addition to 15,668 US attendees, approximately 4,000 representatives from 93 international countries attended the previous year expo.

Tasker will present its revolutionary product from booth number 915 at the Georgia World Congress Center building section C-3. Tasker Blue is USDA approved for use in the pre-evisceration, scalder, picker rails and post-pick spray-NY dress cabinet intervention points, and is in the process of seeking regulatory consent for use in the chiller section. The conference will include 945 exhibitors on more than 16 acres of display area, and is well attended by senior executive decision makers from the poultry industry, including representatives from the turkey and egg industries.

Commenting on the Company's participation in the conference, Greg Osborn, Tasker's executive chairman, said, "The momentum Tasker Blue has gained over the last three to four months is expected to fuel participant interest in our product during the conference. We are located at a very visible location and have already scheduled a number of meetings with poultry processors. The International Poultry Expo is a perfect forum to exhibit our product, especially with the support of existing customers attending that could attest to the benefits of our product."

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