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Millennium Biotechnologies Inc. Signs Five Year $20,000,000 Purchase Agreement with Provider Services Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio
Date:11/13/2007

Product Shipments Begin November 15th, 2007

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Millennium Biotechnologies Inc., wholly-owned subsidiary of Millennium Biotechnologies Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MBTG), today announced that it had entered into a five-year $20,000,000 contract to be the exclusive provider of nutritional products to Provider Services Inc. (PSI) of Cleveland, Ohio. The contract will commence immediately with PSI purchasing Millennium's Resurgex Select(TM) line of products.

PSI is Ohio's second largest services provider for the Long Term Care community with over 5,000 beds. It will care for over 12,000 residents in the upcoming year with revenues exceeding $300 Million.

Brian Colleran, CEO of PSI, stated, "Millennium Biotechnologies has developed an economically viable nutritional product that, in our judgment, is superior to other nutritional products on the market today. Resurgex Select(TM) will help our clients maintain proper nutrition and avoid development of clinical problems. Our focus is to provide our clients with the best products on the market and we believe Millennium's lines fit this criteria. My favorable review of the Millennium product line recently motivated me to make a substantial personal investment in the Company's common stock."

Kevin Daubenmire MSA/RDLD/LNHA, Corporate Dietician for PSI, added: "The Millennium products are clearly nutritionally superior with strong client acceptance, and they are cost efficient. I have been particularly impressed with the diverse flavor profiling which is a distinct advantage over all other products on the market. I believe that these products, in both powdered and RTD formats, will become a new nutritional standard in the rapidly growing Long Term Care industry. As a former corporate clinical services Dietician for the largest LTC Provider in the US, I managed dieticians at a divisional level. My experience has shown that the choi
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