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Fero Industries Signs First Sucanon® Distribution Agreement for the Middle East
Date:10/5/2011

CALGARY, Canada, Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fero Industries, Inc. (OTCQB: FROI) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an exclusive Distribution Agreement with Behestan Behdasht (P.J.S.) ("Behestan") for the marketing and distribution of Sucanon® within the country of Iran.

The Distribution Agreement calls for a minimum purchase of US$11 million over a period of 4 years and gives Behestan the exclusive right to market and sell Sucanon® through its established distribution channels in Iran.  The agreement requires a minimum order of 250,000 retail packages of Sucanon® during Year 1, increasing to a minimum of 1,450,000 retail packages during Year 4.  

Behestan is expected to immediately begin the regulatory process with the Ministry of Health and Medical Education (MOHME) required for the sale of Sucanon® in Iran, while Fero will be responsible for acquiring the required humanitarian exemption from the U.S. Treasury Departments' Office of Foreign Asset Control.  The companies expect that the licensing process will be completed and the first shipment of Sucanon® will commence within 180 days.  

"The rapid increase in the number of people in the Middle East with type-2 diabetes is a direct indicator of the need for Sucanon® in the region and we are fortunate to have aligned ourselves with a company of Behestan's caliber to lead the product launch in Iran," said Mr. Luis Lopez, President and COO of Fero Industries.  "Behestan's local business and consumer knowledge along with their established pharmaceutical and healthcare products distribution channels make them an ideal partner.  We intend to expand this business model across the Middle East."

Iran and other countries in the Middle East have one of the largest and fastest growing diabetic populations in the world.  Six countries in the Middle East and North African Region rank among the world's top ten for diabet
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