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Natural Nutrition's Top Executives Attend Supply Side Show West in Las Vegas
Date:11/8/2007

OTTAWA, Nov. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Top executives of sports and nutritional product manufacturer, Natural Nutrition Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: NNTN) http://www.naturalnutritioninc.com will be visiting the Supply Side Expo West in Las Vegas, the world's largest event for healthy and innovative ingredients with 1,000+ booths from November 6-8, 2007. Interactive Nutrition's professionals constantly travel to ingredient/packaging trade shows year round researching hard to find suppliers, cutting edge ingredients and packaging ideas. This is the foundation of research and development for new product development.

Tim Connolly, CEO of Natural Nutrition added, "As Canada's # 1 selling brand, our Purchasing Department is always ahead of the curve in new, high demand products, ensuring impeccable standards, timely product introductions, and guaranteed consistency in our finished products."

Ryan Neeb, Purchasing Coordinator at Interactive Nutrition added, "Interactive Nutrition stocks nearly 650 raw materials and 350+ packaging materials. This availability supports and is critical for the production of hundreds of SKU's under INII or one of our esteemed private labels. This also promotes material liquidation from a distribution stand point promoting profit, inventory rotation and increased cash flow. "The Purchasing Department at Interactive Nutrition International Inc. (INII) continuously strives for excellence in all categories of procurement: Quality, Reliability and Price. Not one day goes by without a new customer challenge and our Purchasing Department embraces those challenges bringing new savings and ideas."

InterACTIVE Nutrition International Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of publicly traded Natural Nutrition, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NNTN) and is partially owned by Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers. InterACTIVE Nutrition is an international leader in sports and nut
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