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Vestiage Announces Key Partners for Launch of Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals Anti-Aging Wellness Products
Date:4/11/2013

the world. That's it. And they did it. We are so proud of this group and our partners and everyone that has worked with Vestiage to get this line ready for launch and distribution. This approach simply isn't being done in our industry, but our culture at Vestiage dictates that it is our only way of doing things, the right way to do things for our consumer."

NutraGenesis of Vermont was selected to provide certain patented and key workhorse ingredients and Robinson Pharma of California was selected to provide product consulting, mixing, testing, and production. Kimball stated, "We love the patented, multifunctional, clinically tested and effective ingredients focused on the anti-aging consumer that Nutragenesis brings to us. We combined that with the integrity and cGMP production facilities of Robinson Pharma in order to provide Vestiage shareholders and the Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals consumer with the highest level of confidence in the purity and reliability of the products we formulate and bring to market. Further, our distributors can have comfort that any order of any size can be produced and delivered quickly.” Ingredient Identity, a consulting firm, was selected by Vestiage to manage the structure/function claims and with product labeling.

The first three products to be launched by Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals are “Calm and Collected”, “Trim and Energized”, and “Super Soft Skin”. More information on these products can be seen at http://www.montereybaynutra.com.

About Vestiage and Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals
Vestiage is a leading publicly traded anti-aging lifestyle company offering premium branded science-based cosmeceuticals and nutraceuticals. Vestiage is focused on the use of human stem cell, marine/ocean based and patented botanically-based ingredients and science to produce potent and effective products using clinically proven
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