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US Farms, Inc. Becomes a Registered Seller of Its Aloe365(TM) Skin Gel With Emergency Disaster Systems, Inc.
Date:10/7/2009

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- US Farms, Inc. (Pink Sheets: USFM) today announced that it has become a registered seller with Emergency Disaster Systems Inc., (www.edisastersystems.com) based out of City of Industry, Ca. with its US Farms Aloe365(TM) Skin Gel Product.

Yan Skwara, CEO for US Farms, Inc. stated, "Aloe Vera is extremely well known for healing cuts and soothing burns and having our Aloe365(TM) Skin Gel registered for sale with Emergency Disaster Systems, Inc. (www.edisastersystems.com) marks our entry into the medical supply space. In the United States alone, there are thousands of cases of cuts and burns annually and what Aloe Vera can do to address these burn cases is important for the public to know. Minimizing the pain and assisting in the healing process is the message of our product. Everyone needs to realize the significant importance of having Aloe365(TM) skin gel close by in case of any medical emergency situation.

David Chin, CEO of Emergency Disaster Systems, Inc. stated, "We are very excited to add US Farms Aloe365(TM) skin gel to our medical emergency product mix. There is no question that Aloe365(TM) Gel is a good product and we look forward to adding it to our catalog in time for the Holidays."

About Emergency Disaster Systems, Inc.

Emergency Disaster Systems was founded in 1989 to provide earthquake preparedness supplies to communities throughout California. Much has changed in the field of disaster preparedness since then. Individual preparedness kits have evolved into master supply units the size of several 40-foot containers. First Aid kits have evolved into emergency medical services (EMS) support and mass casualty rapid response systems. Emergency Disaster Systems has evolved as well. Today, we serve communities, governments, industries, and individuals
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