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Retailers Sign on to Sell the New HEALTHYCAL+ Water Beverage - Even Before First Bottle is Packaged
Date:3/19/2008

taste, has been lacking. HEALTHYCAL+ does it.

The market is there. In 2007, sales of health and energy beverages grew 45%. "In 2008, we are pleased to offer the consumers the 'next big thing'. Consumers may even save money as they adjust their water and supplement-buying habits when drinking HEALTHYCAL+," said Peter Featherston, IntePharm's CEO and President.

HEALTHYCAL+ demonstrates IntePharm's advanced, proprietary technology to develop highly-pure mineral powders used to fortify foods and beverages, in this case, pure water. Every 20 ounce bottle of HEALTHYCAL+ contains Electrolytes and up to 175mg of Calcium and 17mg of Magnesium. Retailers and distributors interested in carrying HEALTHYCAL+ should contact Featherston at 203-858-8751 or the Sales Department at 978-696-0020 ext. 331.

About IntePharm

IntePharm is an emerging producer of specialty compounds for the nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, and functional food industries. In addition to making products, IntePharm discovers and develops more efficient and cost- effective manufacturing processes. These processes are developed using a comprehensive technology platform that combines metabolic engineering, cellular genetics, advanced bioprocess engineering, and computer simulation science. The company owns numerous pending patents for new products and technologies for immediate commercialization in food, beverages and nutritional products market.

Cautionary Statement - Forward Looking Information: This press release contains certain forward-looking information. This forward looking information includes, or may be based upon, estimates, forecasts, and statements as to management's expectations with respect to, among other things, the timely delivery of manufacturing equipment, the issuance of permits, trends for the Company and the bottled water and energy drink industries, progress in installation and operation of manufacturing facilities, future production and sales volumes, ava
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