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Connectyx Launches MedFlash Electronic Personal Health Record with Harris Teeter Supermarket Chain
Date:8/31/2009

PALM CITY, Fla., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. (Other OTC: CTYX) announced today that the Company has received an initial purchase order for its MedFlash product from Harris Teeter, Inc., a major supermarket chain headquartered in Matthews, N.C., whose stores include a pharmacy department.

The purchase order came through AmerisourceBergan, a comprehensive pharmaceutical services provider and one of Connectyx's newest distributors. The MedFlash product will initially be sold in all 118 Harris Teeter Stores with Pharmacy. Harris Teeter, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ruddick Corporation (NYSE: RDK), operates 188 stores in the eight-state area of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Maryland Delaware. The company also operates stores in the District of Columbia. Harris Teeter is the 36th largest supermarket in the United States with 2008 sales of $3.99 billion.

Ronn Schuman, President and CEO of Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc., stated, "The Harris Teeter chain is very prominent in the southeastern United States. We are excited to receive this initial purchase order for our MedFlash product and we look forward to rolling out our product to more of their locations in the near future. Harris Teeter's customer base will greatly benefit from digitally storing their personal health records on our easy-to-use MedFlash drive, which is so portable it can be kept on a key ring for access whenever and wherever needed."

For more information about Harris Teeter, Inc., please visit: www.harristeeter.com.

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